Kenmore ranges do it best
Our Kenmore oven self-clean cycle does just that cleans itself. All you have to do is push the self-clean button and wipe it clean. Not all self-cleaning ovens are this easy. The best part? No manual scrubbing required!
we lost count
Who has the time? We're talking rubber gloves, scrub brushes, cleaners, rinses, and a heavy dose of elbow grease.
1 Remove the oven racks.
2 Clean them with steel wool, water and dish soap.
3 Scrub the oven cavity with soap, water and a soft cloth or sponge.
4 Scrub with more aggressive cleansers (like ammonia) for more rigorous cleaning.
5 Repeat until clean.
6 Rinse thoroughly, and dry.
up to 15 steps (or more)
Other self-cleaning ovens use a combination of heat and water, requiring you to complete and repeat multiple steps.
1 Pour distilled water in the bottom of the oven.
2 Press the self-clean cycle button.
3 When it's finished, scrub the oven with special tools. The inside of the oven is treated with a special coating, so you can't use any cleansers or your own tools to help you out.
4 Problem: there's baked-on food and grime left behind.
5 Repeat the whole process as many as 5 times or more.
2 simple steps
Get your oven clean the first time with our pyrolytic, heat-only self-clean technology.
1 Push the self-clean cycle button. Baked-on grease and grime are literally reduced to ash.
2 When the cycle is finished, wipe the oven clean.
Plus, on select ovens, you can select the exclusive AirGuard™ option to remove most of the unwanted fumes and smoke that occur during self-cleaning.