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Can anyone recommend someone to clean my oven?

By tobefair - 22 May 2014 12

I have heard rumours that there are angels out there who will clean ovens for cash.

Does anyone have experience with these miracle performers?  I’m looking for recommendations and an idea of cost.

Now that my oven smokes whenever it gets turned on I figure it’s perhaps time to clean it, but I fear I am likely to make it worse.

No comments on my laziness please.  I am aware and make no apology.

What’s Your opinion?


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Can anyone recommend someone to clean my oven?
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davo101 1:34 pm
22 May 14
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Could start by having a read through the previous thread on this subject.

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Genie 2:09 pm
22 May 14
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It is easy to do it yourself. Although try to steer clear of using chemicals.

Norwex have an amazing chemical free oven cleaner, a little bit of elbow grease and it’ll be as good as new.

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basketcase 2:56 pm
22 May 14
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We have a microwave oven which seems to need disassembly for cleaning. That was a bit beyond us so turned to heat up to max and set it going for an hour.

Vaporized/burnt off most of of the embedded grease etc.

If there is ever a next time, will get an oven that is cleanable by normal means

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Madam Cholet 2:57 pm
22 May 14
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‘Ovenu’ apparently. I had mine cleaned a few years ago by another mob. Not sure they are still around as not coming up in any searches.

But Ovenu seem to be the go now.

We ended up buying a new oven as ours was too old anyway. Our new one has catalytic liners which is good as you can remove them or heat it up so it burns off the grime. Haven’t tried that yet, but it’s so big you could get inside it to clean it.

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dks00k 3:16 pm
22 May 14
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I can recommend these guys. Have had good results and reasonably priced. Not had our oven cleaned though so cant comment on the price.

Tony is a very nice bloke and rather helpful…

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/dunlop/cleaning/two-men-and-a-mop-reliable-hassle-free-cleaning/1041592173

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MrBigEars 3:32 pm
22 May 14
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Genie said :

Norwex have an amazing chemical free oven cleaner, a little bit of elbow grease and it’ll be as good as new.

So it’s just elbow grease then?

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PrinceOfAles 4:32 pm
22 May 14
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Mr Sheen is pretty good

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gazket 6:58 pm
22 May 14
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look on youtube for a DIY tutorial . how can you make a dirty grimy oven worse by trying to clean it.

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grunge_hippy 9:49 pm
22 May 14
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after cleaning mine last weekend, I will now look for these miracle workers for next time. what a fricken nightmare!

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BimboGeek 8:15 am
23 May 14
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Two votes for Norwex. Any cleaner can clean your oven for you but you definitely want a house full of Norwex if you dislike cleaning.

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davo101 9:01 am
23 May 14
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MrBigEars said :

Genie said :

Norwex have an amazing chemical free oven cleaner, a little bit of elbow grease and it’ll be as good as new.

So it’s just elbow grease then?

Probably even better if you not applying any form of grease…

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Genie 1:21 pm
23 May 14
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davo101 said :

MrBigEars said :

Genie said :

Norwex have an amazing chemical free oven cleaner, a little bit of elbow grease and it’ll be as good as new.

So it’s just elbow grease then?

Probably even better if you not applying any form of grease…

LOL it’s a non caustic cleaner, but it works a treat.

Check out the youtube videos :)

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