Perhaps the most obvious element of the oven that will need cleaning is the glass.
However, it’s actually really easy to clean, and you can get great results without much work. On
most Leisure cookers, all you’ll need to do is to unscrew the screws on the top of each oven door,
remove the retaining profile, and slide out the glass. Cleaning should be done with warm soapy water and
a soft, non-abrasive cloth.
Oven walls are similarly straightforward. Once they’re cool, they can be cleaned
with a cloth that’s been soaked in soapy water. Some ovens have racks that you can remove by
sliding them out. This is done by pulling the metal away from the wall, and then towards you. These can
then be cleaned separately.
Note that some ovens will feature catalytic walls on the interior. These are
self-cleaning and should not be cleaned. You can recognise these by their matte, porous finish.