Are you tired of looking at that grease and grime inside your Wolf oven? Are you sick of smelling last night’s burnt dinner whenever you heat something up? It’s time to give your Wolf oven the deep clean it deserves. With just a few simple steps, your Wolf oven will be sparkling like new. So, grab some gloves, and let’s get started on giving your appliance a thorough cleaning.
Importance of Cleaning a Wolf Oven
Wolf ovens are known for their quality and durability. However, like all appliances, they require regular cleaning and maintenance to keep them functioning properly. Regular cleaning and maintenance of your Wolf oven will ensure its longevity and optimal performance. The build-up of grease and debris can affect the appearance of your oven and lead to malfunctions. Taking the time to properly care for your oven will protect your investment and ensure it continues functioning at its best.
How to Clean Wolf Oven With Self-Clean Mode
Wolf’s self-clean mode is a convenient alternative to scrubbing and scraping grease and grime from the oven’s interior. There are a few things you should keep in mind before using the self-clean mode.
- Anticipate some debris may cause a flame as it burns off.
- The self-clean mode takes four hours; however, the duration can be adjusted.
If you’re cleaning for big cooking events, such as the holidays, we suggest alternative cleaning methods, like scrubbing with an oven cleaner. This will avoid potential smoke and odor issues, as well as ensure the oven doesn’t malfunction.
The extreme heat of the self-clean cycle can cause part failure, so we recommend waiting until after the holidays to rely on your self-clean feature.
Before using the self-clean mode, remove all oven racks and accessories and wipe up any spills or loose debris. This will help reduce the amount of smoke and odor during the cleaning process.
It’s important to remove the oven racks because they will discolor if left in the oven during self-clean.
Set the self-clean mode using the buttons on the control panel. While the self-mode function is running, it’s a good time to clean the oven racks.
How to Clean Wolf Oven Racks
Wolf suggests using an oven cleaner or degreaser such as Krud Kutter or Mr. Muscle. Place the oven racks in a large heavy-duty trash bag and spray them. Make sure you spray them on both sides. Next, tie the bag with a twist tie and ensure it’s closed tightly. Let the oven racks sit overnight.
After letting them sit, use plastic gloves to remove the racks from the bag and spray both sides with hot water. Scrub them with a brush or sponge, rinse, and dry thoroughly.
Once the self-clean cycle is complete, you’ll need to wipe ash from the interior before you replace the oven racks.
If you run into any problems, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Wolf oven experts for assistance.