People often regard professional oven cleaning as an extravagant expenditure, so they consider self-cleaning their ovens instead. Self cleaning might seem handy by reducing appliance maintenance costs, but it can actually be quite hazardous to your health. You may not be aware that self-cleaning can contribute to respiratory issues and can potentially cause damage to the internal components of your oven. Here is how self-cleaning oven feature might be doing more harm than good:
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
The self-cleaning process can cause the inside of your oven to get extremely hot. When leftover food is spilt and heated up at very high temperatures, the danger of carbon monoxide increases. CO (Carbon Monoxide) is a hard-to-detect gas that is toxic to humans and animals. To avoid this CO buildup, one should clean the oven without heating up the charred food. To reduce the amount of CO produced during cleaning, your oven cleaners can use the certain methods to minimise these emissions.
Cleaning Products and Tools
Off-the-shelf cleaning products can sometimes be toxic and won’t get into all the nooks and crannies of your oven. Professional oven cleaners use safe, non-toxic cleaning products, and have all the necessary tools to dismantle your oven’s components to ensure a deep clean. A deep-cleaned oven heats up quicker thus saving you both time and money on your energy bill.
No risk of damaging internal components
Sometimes self cleaning can cause damage to your control panels, which are very costly and time-consuming to repair. Choosing a professional cleaning will ensure peace of mind.
The Oven Repair Express specialists use a professional cleaning system that is safe for your oven and its surroundings. We aim to complete work with minimal disturbance and we pride ourselves in our professionalism and quality service. Please phone for more information.