The "Oven Klean" AGA Cleaning Process
Our AGA cleaning process is more or less a mirror image of our oven cleaning process
Step 1 We have a visual and physical inspection of the AGA, looking for any irregularities and to ensure all components are working and if the bulbs need replacing. At this point we protect the floor and surrounding area.
Step 2 All of the component parts (racks, trays, back panels, fan and any other removable parts) are now removed. Once the AGA has been stripped the AGA is switched on so as to get warm.
Step 3 All component parts are placed in our heated tank solution. These will begin to boil in a soap based solution.
Step 4 Now the AGA is warm we begin to scrape all the carbon off the door.
Step 5 We then remove the door to allow for better access to the main area of the AGA, and also to enable a deeper clean to the door hinges and seals.
Step 6 Once the door has been removed we can then scrape off all the carbon from the inside of the AGA. Following the scraping we then scrub the AGA using our soap based products.
Step 7 Wipe through all residue and ensure all dirt has been removed.
Step 8 If there is a grill we then turn on the grill to burn off any carbon that is sitting on the element.
Step 9 Where possible the door is split apart to clean in between the glass and remove any marks of dust build up.
Step 10 We shall replace the door and clean any remaining dirt of the exterior glass.
Step 11 Return to the tank in back of the van to finish cleaning the racks, trays and back panels and any other parts left to soak.
Step 12 Check all the component parts to look for any remaining dirt.
Step 13 As the grill will now have cooled down we wipe through and polish up the interior of the AGA ready for the component parts to be replaced.
Step 14 With the Oven now being completely clean of all grease and carbon and actually gleaming. We polish and shine all the components and replace these.
Step 15 The "Oven Klean" cleaning process is now completed and we tidy up any mess and leave your kitchen the it was found but with a nice new gleaming AGA.