Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:20 PM
I know regular steam-cleaning ovens (high temperature) aren't safe, but steam-cleaning sounded good... you just put some water in a compartment and heat it up.
We got an oven on sale, it has both steam-clean and regular self-clean features. THEN I was looking and one bird site mentioned that steam-clean ovens are teflon-coated so they wipe clean more easily. I can't find anything elsewhere that mentions teflon coatings in ovens.
Does anyone know if the oven will be safe? It seems to me that a teflon coating would not be compatible with a regular high-temp self cleaning feature as this would destroy teflon.
Posted 28 March 2012 - 05:02 PM
Vinegar, regular steam cleaning or baking soda can be some great alternatives to dangerous cleaning techniques and chemicals!
(don't know about steam cleaning ovens specifically)
Posted 29 March 2012 - 12:47 AM
Have never used it.
I guess that I have always preferred cleaning it the old fashion way!
The rest of the Family.....
1 Husband, 4 kids, 2 Labs, 4 cats, 1 fishy, 2 lovebirds ( Fred and Wilma ) Pineapple Green Cheek ( Echo) 2 Green cheeks ( Cricket and Louie) and 2 tree crabs.
Posted 29 March 2012 - 03:07 AM
Two Nameless Miniature Doves (they don't come when I call anyway)
Makenzie a Hahn's Macaw (loves hiding in a book bag)
Mardy a Greenwing Macaw (comes without being asked)
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