How To Clean Jenn Air Oven Top

By Max Anthony •  Updated: 06/28/22 •  3 min read

How To Clean Jenn Air Oven Top

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Anyone who loves to bake would usually have an oven at their house. An oven is used to bake, roast, broil and toast many different types of foods. An oven is used to cook food on an electric or gas stove.

A Jenn Air oven is one of the best choices for people who want to cook on an electric stove. The Jenn Air ovens have a number of features that make them easy to use and a lot of power. You can also find other features such as the self-clean option, pre-programmed cooking settings and so much more in this oven.

However, it still needs to be regularly cleaned, and this includes the oven top.

How Often Should You Clean an Oven Top

When you buy a new oven, you may not be aware of the cleaning process that you need to follow. This is why it is important to know how often you should clean your oven top.  An oven can become dirty and must be cleaned every few months.

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However, ideally you need to clean an oven at least once a month, especially if you use it often. If you use your oven regularly, cleaning it every month will help prevent build-up of dirt and debris that can affect the performance of your appliance.

How To Clean Jenn Air Oven Top

Here’s how to clean your Jenn Air oven top:

Make sure it’s turned off and let it cool

Turn off your oven. Once you have turned it off, let it cool down for a few minutes. You should not clean your oven when it is still hot.

Unplug the power cord

As an extra step, make sure that you unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you start cleaning your oven. You should not use any tools while the power cord is still plugged in because they can damage your appliance and/or electrocute you.

Remove the grates

Before you start cleaning your oven, you need to remove the grates. This is because the grates are usually hot when the oven is in use, and therefore have leftover food gunk stuck in them. The grates can also be dangerous if they are still hot and touching your hands. It’s best to soak and wash them separately.

Prepare the cleaning solution

For the best results, you need to prepare a cleaning solution. You can do this by mixing a solution of vinegar and water. The ratio is 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water. You can also use another type of cleaner instead of vinegar if you prefer. If using a store-bought cleaner, one option is dishwashing liquid.

Once you have prepared the solution, pour it into a spray bottle. You can also use a brush to apply the solution. Then, you need to scrub your oven top with the solution and wipe it with a damp cloth. Make sure that you use enough of the solution so that it covers all of the surfaces of your oven.

Rinse and dry

Once you have finished cleaning your oven, make sure that you rinse it with clean water and dry it with a clean cloth or paper towel.

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Max Anthony

Mainly Max Anthony is an athletics tutor & lives in Texas but that's not it. He's is also a music producer, content creator, record producer, writer, and session musician. He has been producing music and engineering at a lower level for over 5 years. His passions include quality music gear and that's what he loves to write about on HifiBeast. ( Shoot him an email now )

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