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Cleaning your cooking appliances

Make burnt on food and grease a thing of the past

Cleaning all of your cooking appliances on a regular basis can be a tough and thankless job, and we want you to spend as much time as possible doing the thing you love, cooking and baking delicious food. That's why at Bosch we offer a wide range of specialist cleaning products designed especically for your cooking appliances to effortlessly remove tough burnt on food deposits and wipe away lingering grease smears and spillages. See our helpful videos and maintenance tips below to bring back the sparkle to your cooking appliances.

How do I clean the inside of my oven?

For the best results, we recommend that you use our new cleaning gel spray for ovens. Here we will explain how to clean the inside of your oven correctly using this specialist product.

  • To avoid scratches, do not use an abrasive sponge to clean the inside of your oven.
  • The oven does not need to be heated before using this product. Do not use on surfaces above the temperature of 40°C.
  • Spray on the cleaner evenly and allow it to act for five to ten minutes. For burnt on residues, allow it to act for at least two hours or ideally overnight.
  • Completely remove loosened deposits with a sponge or soft cloth, rinse with water and then polish dry.

Cleaning gel spray for ovens

How do I clean my oven door?

The oven door glass is something that tends to be forgotten about when it comes to oven cleaning, yet this glass is prone to a build up of grease splatters and tough-to-remove food remnants, eventually making it difficult to see the food cooking inside your oven. Thankfully Bosch have designed their ovens to make the job of cleaning the door glass a piece of cake. To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the inner door panels from the appliance door, and the video on the right shows you how to do this safely and effectively using our dedicated degreasing product.


How do I clean my oven seal?

Door seals are capable of withstanding years of exposure to high temperatures, but if they have not been cleaned and maintained properly over a long period of time, they can potentially become worn and damaged. This can cause hot air to escape from gaps and holes in the door seal which can further lead to inefficient and uneven heating. By following the guidance in the video on the left, your door seal will stand the test of time and keep the heat where it should be, in your oven!

How do I clean my stainless steel appliances?

It's not just the enamel surfaces of your oven that require regular cleaning and care. The outer stainless steel surfaces can collect water vapour and micro food particles from steam that escapes whenever the oven door is opened, which can result in corrosion of the steel over time if this is not wiped away quickly. Our stainless steel conditioning cloths and powder will ensure that your oven's steel surfaces are well protected and a showroom shine is restored to your oven.

Stainless steel conditioning pack

How do I clean a ceramic hob?

Of all the cooking appliances in the kitchen, the ceramic hob is undoubtedly the easiest to clean, but it is also the appliance that is most liable to scratches if it is cleaned with the wrong materials, such as wire mesh or a scouring pad. It is really important therefore to use the right cleaning products for the job, and our ceramic hob maintenance pack contains everything you need to clean away stubborn food and water stains, leaving an attractive and shiny finish without damaging the hob. The video on the right demonstrates how to use this maintenance pack correctly on your ceramic or induction hob.

Ceramic hob maintenance pack

How do I clean the metal filters on my extractor hood?

When was the last time you looked at the metal filters underneath your extractor hood? If it's been a couple of months, years, or if you have never done this, chances are there will be a thick layer of grease that has formed on the metal mesh of these filters. This will have a negative impact on the effectiveness of the appliance's ventilation over time, leading to an excess of moisture in the air. Our versatile degreaser will easily cut through tough grease and grime within seconds, leaving your filters shiny new. Watch our video on the right to learn how to clean the filters on your extractor hood.


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