Occasionally, an oven can be salvaged after a fire. In these instances it needs to be cleaned and disinfected before it can be used again. you can have lingering heady scents inside your oven whether or not you’ve been spraying it with a fire extinguisher or sprinkling it with baking soda. Do not call a professional service to remove the smell until you have cleaned the oven yourself.
Things you’ll need
- gloves made from rubber
- Stainless steel wool
- Cleaner for ovens
- a sponge
- Sodium bicarbonate or baking soda
Before you clean the oven, put on rubber gloves so you can protect your hands.
Get rid of burned-on debris by scraping the oven walls, then sweep a good portion of it out of the bottom.
Remove the oven racks and burner covers. Soak them for a single day in warm, soapy water. Scrub them with steel wool if necessary, then wipe them clean with a wet cloth.
As suggested by the package deal, spray oven purifier over the interior oven and stove top and allow it to penetrate.
with a nonabrasive sponge, scrub the inside of the oven and the top of the range until all stains disappear.
Mix vinegar and baking soda until they become a thick paste. cover the walls of the oven and let it sit for several hours. Wipe it easy with a sponge or washcloth.
set the oven’s lower temperature and place a pan with vinegar inside. heat the vinegar up until it comes to a full boil, then flash the oven off.
if you have a self-cleaning oven, run a cleaning cycle.