How to clean your range cooker’s enamelled surfaces

Range cooker by National Range Cookers

Today we give you advice on how to clean your range cooker enamelled surfaces.

Enamel is very sensitive to any harsh cleaning treatment, so to make sure you clean it properly and keep the surface nice and scratch free, you need to follow these few simple steps:

  • To clean the surface, use a sponge soaked in soapy water. If that doesn’t remove the dirty stains then try using gentle glass cleaning product or a grease removing product applied with a soft cloth.
  • Avoid excessive rubbing or using any abrasive products to clean enamel, as these actions can result in leaving permanent marks on the surface.

NOTE: DO NOT use any metal, brass or cast iron cleaning products, as the chemicals in these will leave the enamel finish permanently damaged.

Cleaning your range cooker ovens

Orange Lacanche range cooker

Cleaning your Lacanche range cooker ovens is really easy, providing you follow the official advice and tips, especially when it comes to using chemicals.  However, any standard oven cleaner can be used in any Lacanche oven.

NOTE: Do not use abrasive cleaners on the oven walls. Special oven cleaning products may be used.  However, these chemical products must not be used on any electrical elements, thermal probes, rubber gasket/seals, and hinges. The oven door gasket may be removed when using chemical cleaning products.  After the use of cleaning products, please remove all residue from all surfaces.

To ensure your ovens are thoroughly cleaned and thus properly working, please do not forget to clean also the rear covers.  This ensures that the cooling  louvers are not blocked with fatty deposits.  NOTE: Do not spray cleaning product directly on the louvers in the rear cover, as this may result in the cleaning product sticking to the back wall.

Once you have finished cleaning your Lacanche range cooker ovens, please double-check that all parts, that you have taken off, are properly mounted back.

How to clean range cookers, today’s part: Stainless steel

cleaning range cooker

In the following weeks we are presenting you with some helpful tips on how to clean different parts of various range cookers.

Our range cookers are not only efficient kitchen appliances but also striking design pieces making your kitchen look and feel impressive and yet incredibly homely.

However, if you want to keep your range cooker looking good and also performing well, you need to make sure you keep it clean. Continue reading “How to clean range cookers, today’s part: Stainless steel”