Pizza, cakes, frozen foods—your oven is the one-stop shop for all these culinary delights. Depending on how often your oven is used, you’ll need to give it a deep clean more or less regularly. After all, after cooking on the stove, you also wash the pots and pans you cooked with.
It’s not just the inside of an oven that needs cleaning every now and then. The oven door also needs to be cleaned regularly. This not only gives you a better view of what's going on in the oven when it's running, but also optimizes its performance since dirty seals increase the oven's energy consumption.
In addition, dirt and crumbs that carbonize due to the heat can affect the taste of the dishes you prepare in the oven—smoked food is delicious, but probably not this way! Learn how to clean your oven door, even if you don't have a special foam or spray cleaner for ovens on hand.