We don’t use our oven much but apparently when we do we make a mess.
The stove was installed approximately 2 years ago. We’ve enjoyed using it.
Before using the self-clean feature everything — including the baking racks and anything stored in the utility drawer — must be removed.
Push the self-clean button, set the time (2, 3, or 4 hours) and it does the rest. The door automatically locks.
Any dirt or grease is turned to ash and easily cleaned up. I did keep the exhaust fan on when I read in the manual that the fumes might kill a bird. I don’t have a bird but . . .
I also noticed while photographing the meringues that not only the inside of the oven was dirty but also the glass. The glass did not come clean during the self-clean cycle.
I used the glass cleaner sent us by the shower door installer.
After two applications the glass was much cleaner.
Do you clean your oven the old-fashioned way? Do you have a secret recipe?