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post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-05-2017, 07:23 PM
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Self cleaning cycle scares the crap out of me. Also, I have friends that are volunteer firefighters and they have said self cleaning ovens should be banned.

In the past I was range shopping and the ones with "easy clean" (granted this was over a decade ago) were also designed to be easier to get in and clean, and stayed clean better.

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Self cleaning cycle scares the crap out of me. Also, I have friends that are volunteer firefighters and they have said self cleaning ovens should be banned.

Well, I wouldn't go to sleep while the self-clean cycle is on. And I wouldn't leave the house; that's for sure.
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Interesting. I would have thought that if self cleaning ovens started fires, the manufactures would be sued into the stone age.



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Self cleaning cycle scares the crap out of me. Also, I have friends that are volunteer firefighters and they have said self cleaning ovens should be banned.

In the past I was range shopping and the ones with "easy clean" (granted this was over a decade ago) were also designed to be easier to get in and clean, and stayed clean better.
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Interesting. I would have thought that if self cleaning ovens started fires, the manufactures would be sued into the stone age.
No but they potentially can if there is too much caked on stuff in your oven.

They also can shorten the life of the electronics in the oven it gets so hot. Manufactures know this but feel they must still put in self clean features to satisfy people. (And what do they give a sh!t if it shortens the life of said oven and you have to buy another).

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Re: Self cleaning oven vs easy clean...

The really nifty thing about a self cleaning oven is putting a cast iron skillet in there and having the self clean cycle rip the season right off that pan taking it back to new condition. If you don't plan to do that, you don't need a self clean oven.
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I've always had a self clean oven. I always have to vacuum it out afterwards but that's minor work.

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You have to wipe it down either way, but it's more of a scrub with easy cleaning ovens.

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