Cleaning the oven

Oven Cleaning with Sterling Brown Soap:

Blackened bread crumbs and burnt meat juice end up in the bottom of the oven in time and out of time. If you want to avoid dirt so that you can easily clean the oven, the best advice is: Prevention. That is: Remove crumbs and liquids immediately so that they do not burn. However, you can also choose to stop the leftovers before they land at the bottom of the oven.

Cleaning the oven

If it is too late with the prevention, here are a few tips for either a quick or a slow method:

The slow

  1. Grease the oven with brown soap
  2. Lay household film over so that the brown soap does not dry in.
  3. Leave it overnight and clean the oven with water the next day – remember gloves!

The fast

  1. Grease the oven with brown soap
  2. Turn the oven to 50 degrees for half an hour. Make sure that the soap does not dry out
  3. Clean the oven with warm water – remember gloves!

The plates

Baking pans and grills also attract dirt and grime and it is also important to remember to clean them when cleaning the oven. Again, brown soap is the best remedy.

  1. Grease frying pans and shake into brown soap
  2. Place the plates in a black bag (possibly two so that it closes completely tightly) and add 1 tablespoon of triple salmon alcohol if they are very burnt.

The salmiakspiritus should only go down in the bag.

  1. Leave the bag sealed until the next day and open it gently. Remember gloves!
  2. Wipe the dirt with a damp cloth.

Sterling always makes sure that the quality is top notch and therefore you can see  Sterling’s brown soap here .

NOTE: Brown soap must not be used for cleaning pyrolysis ovens, as the self-cleaning effect disappears!

Also use Sterling Oven Ink for oven cleaning

Sterling Oven Ink helps to recreate the look of different types of oven.
You can use it for both fireplace, outdoor grill, stove (of cast iron) and wood stove.

Oven ink also protects and helps against rust.

See Sterling Oven Dye here