As the holidays inch closer you know your kitchen will become a gathering spot for friends and family. After some holiday kitchen prep, you may notice the interior of your Wolf oven needs some sparkle too. But how do you get a clean blue porcelain Wolf oven? We have your answer in 6 easy steps.
How to Clean Blue Porcelain Wolf Oven
The porcelain interior of your Wolf oven is not only an ideal conductor of heat but its naturally smooth surface makes for easy cleaning. Our step-by-step guide lists the tools you’ll need and steps to take to get a clean blue porcelain Wolf oven.
*If using the self-clean cycle, make sure to do so well in advance (about one month) prior to the holidays. The extremely high temperatures required to self-clean could possibly cause damage to oven parts.
Step 1: Remove Baked on Food Particles
To begin cleaning a Wolf blue porcelain oven, first scrape large food particles and spills off the interior and oven door glass with a razor blade. If you have a Wolf Induction Cooktop Razorblade Scraper, that will work just fine. If not, any razorblade scraper will do.
Easy-Off Oven Cleaner can be used to further clean the oven door’s glass. Please do not attempt to clean in between the oven door glass or dismantle the oven door. Cleaning between the oven door glass will require professional service.
Step 2: Spray Stubborn Stains
If any lingering stains remain after scraping, spray them with Easy-Off Fume Free Oven Cleaner. Wolf recommends this particular brand for use in self-cleaning ovens.
Step 3: Scrub Stains
Wolf suggests using a Scotch-Brite pad to gently scrub the sprayed stains. This product will avoid any scratching of the blue porcelain interior.
Step 4: Wash Down the Oven’s Entire Interior
The next step in how to clean blue porcelain Wolf oven is to use soap and water to wash away all prior cleaning chemicals. This step is important, as any chemical cleaning residue could cause scratching of the porcelain interior during the self-clean cycle.
Dip a soft cloth or paper towel in warm soapy water and gently wash all of the interior surfaces.
Step 5: Use the Oven’s Self-Cleaning Cycle
Before initiating the oven’s self-clean feature, take care to remove all oven racks, rack guides, and baking stones that may be in your oven. The high temperatures of the self-clean cycle could harm these components. Refer to your user manual for details in how to initiate your model oven’s self-clean function if necessary.
Step 6: Wipe Down the Oven After the Self-Clean Cycle
The final step in how to clean a Wolf oven with a blue porcelain interior is to wipe out any ash that remains after the self-cleaning cycle. Please take care to wait until the oven is unlocked and completely cool before wiping it down with a damp cloth. If the interior is still warm or hot when you attempt to do so the porcelain could chip or crack.
If some staining still remains, use the Easy-Off spray cleaner on the stains again, gently scrubbing with the no-scratch Scotch-Brite pad.
When you clean blue porcelain Wolf oven, we recommend doing so well in advance of any holiday gatherings. The high temperatures of the oven’s self-cleaning cycle can possibly cause parts failure. Should this occur, Don Bacon Appliance Service is here to help with over 60 years of experience as Cincinnati’s premier oven repair service. Give us a call to get you holiday-ready again in no time!