Hey everyone it's Ruthie from Refashionably Late again! I hope your 2018 is starting out wonderful! I'm on a complete cleaning kick lately and something I've wanted to do for quite some time was clean my oven door. We bought new appliances about 2-3 years ago and I haven't cleaned the oven door once...whoops! I'm sure I'm not the only one that has gone that long though!
To start you will fill up your SteamMachine with the provided funnel and measuring cup. Inside the booklet of instructions is a list of how much water to add for how long of time you want to use the SteamMachine. I added one cup full at a time. If I realized that the SteamMachine was getting low on water I would take a quick break to add more.
To start, wait for the SteamMachine to warm up. Once the orange light has turned off it is ready to use.
As I started with steaming the oven door it wasn't working as well as I had hoped. I was using the small nylon brush attachment. It was getting the not caked on gunk on the top off but not really scrubbing it as much as I wanted. I looked inside of the manual and realized I was missing a very important brush. The brass brush. I must have misplaced it, unfortunately.
I had to add one extra step to my process that you won't have to do. It was still super quick. After I would steam a smaller section of the glass door I would then take a brillo sponge to that area and the grease would come right up! It was really amazing! I would then use a cloth to wipe off the excess residue.
After I made my way around the oven door with the steam then scrub system I was finished. In all, it probably took me about 20-30 minutes. I'm sure it would have taken even less time if I had the correct brush. :)
I will have to make sure to get the brass brush for the next time I clean my oven. I'm anxious to give it a try inside of my oven. Maybe I'll share that process with you later in the year! I hope you all have a wonderful Martin Luther King Jr. Day and are enjoying time with friends and family! Don't forget to head on over to Refashionably Late for more DIY projects and tutorials! Also read about how to create flour sack towels to display on your freshly cleaned oven here.
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