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How to Clean a Round Convection Oven

It’s really easy to learn How to Clean a Round Convection Oven.


When you buy your oven, the manual explains that you clean by adding water and detergent to the convection oven, put it on the wash/defrost setting for 10 minutes to clean and then rinse it out.

I rarely use this method unless there has been a lot of spatter or sticky residue from cooking because I have to wait 10 minutes to clean it.

This is how to clean a round convection oven the quick and easy way.

  • Check the bowl is cool enough to move
  • Remove the bowl
  • Rinse it out with hot water
  • Clean it with a small amount of water and detergent using a non metallic scouring brush.
  • Rinse it again in hot water and it’s ready to go again

This takes hardly any time at all to do.

Depending on what I’ve been cooking, I may clean the glass top of the oven if it has some spatter on it after it has cooled down.  I turn off the power and using a damp paper towel give the glass top and metallic heating unit a quick wipe over.

I’ve cooked  a roast dinner and quickly rinsed out the bowl, wiped down the top and put in some apple pies to cook, so they are ready when we finish our main meal to enjoy for dessert.  That’s how  quick and easy it is to clean a round convection oven.

Now you know my easy How to Clean a Round Convection Oven method.  I don’t waste time waiting to clean it, the bowl cools down very rapidly and I can have the oven cleaned and ready to go again in minutes.

Handy Tip

Place foil in the bottom of the bowl.  It will catch fat, drippings, marinades etc and can be placed in the garbage after cooking.  This helps to keep your bowl easy to clean.

 

Convection Oven Lady
Easy, fast, healthy cooking 

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  • Find Investment Property November 10, 2011, 8:32 pm

    About 6 weeks ago I would have never been interested in this article, however I have just moved out of home and these are exactly the type of articles I need to be reading!! Thanks for your article.

    • Convection Oven Lady November 19, 2011, 8:24 am

      Buy a countertop convection oven and it will make your life so much easier living away from home. It’s really easy to just put something in to cook and wait for the ding to say it’s done. It also saves on buying a lot of pots and pans 😉 so it saves money and time. Let me know how it goes.

  • Kevin December 20, 2011, 11:23 pm

    Hello Convection Oven Lady,
    I have one of these…they are great and save me lots of time…especially for someone who doesn’t like to spend lots of time in the kitchen…
    I have only one question, how to you keep the metallic unit (and glass around it) clean? Mine looks dirty, even though I try to wipe it off with a damp cloth…
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    • Convection Oven Lady December 24, 2011, 2:40 pm

      Hi Kevin. Every week or two I give it a clean with a soft cloth (microfibres are good, also paper towels) with a tiny amount of detergent on it and the cloth is as dry as I can make it.

      I turn off the power and take the cord out of the switch and the unit. I then have the metallic unit on it’s side, so if there is any water, it runs down away from the heating elements. I then give it a gentle scrub until it comes clear. It does get ‘dirty looking’ however a bit of elbow grease can usually clean it up.

      I also use a dry microfibre cloth or paper towels to make sure the unit is as dry as possible after cleaning.

      Just make sure you don’t turn it on for a while after cleaning and leave it out to air dry to ensure that you are not turning it on with water near the element.

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