Oven Cleaner?

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  1. shazzy692002

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    Being female I should know this.

    But I need to clean a oven in about a 3-4 hour time scale. So no over night stuff. Any suggestions please?

    I am also doing my 1st end of tenancy clean on Monday.

    Any hints tips and products to buy will be gratefully received please???
     
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  2. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    i use mr muscle oven cleaner wrks a treet spray leave 4 half hour then rinse my oven is clean as a wissel now highley recermended :Image3:
     
  3. Eclipse

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    Steam it if you have one, if not get to screwfix and buy no nonsense degreaser, spray on neat and wipe away no need to wait like mr muscle.
     
  4. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    r those steem cleaners any good was thinking of geting 1 a few weeks bk mainly to clean grout in the bathroom
     
  5. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Yeah I've got a Vax S5 and a karcher one, they get used all the time tbh, great for cleaning tiles and grout - a little noisy if they're on full chat though so I use ear plugs.
     
  6. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    sounds good m8 does the grout come pure wite again ??
     
  7. Smurf

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  8. shazzy692002

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    I got bored after 3 minutes haha


    I don't have a steamer, maybe look into buying one tho. But as its my 1st tenancy clean, not sure if its worth my while. YET
     
  9. Smurf

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    The interesting part shazzy is how much they can earn as takes on average only 2 hours per clean.

    I've been on other sites as that franchise doesn’t give any prices but I'm guessing would be expensive so found out the average price for a single over is £60 + £12 for a 4 ring gas or electric hobs.Bigger stuff is considerably more. Also white goods like fridges & frezzers from £15 upwards. Go figure. :Image16:
     
  10. Eclipse

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    Pretty much, it can take a couple of hits depending on what level of grime is on there though.
     
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