Monthly Archives: May 2014

May 29

Oven Cleaning Fareham and Gosport Hampshire

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

Here is the short version of the video I have done for our new Franchisee Matt Owen who will be covering the Fareham and Gosport area of Hampshire. Matt joins us after leaving another franchise, which I’m not going to name, but they supply garages with tools. Matt wasn’t happy with the long hours he had to do with the previous business and is looking to dramatically improve his life by removing the stress of his former business and getting more family time.

So the area he covers his Fareham, Gosport, Stubbington, Warsash, Locks Heath, Lee-on-Solent, Titchsfield and surrounding areas of Hampshire. He will also be able to provide a service outside of his main area until we get another franchisee in his area, so if you live in the near locality say up to 45 minutes driving time please give us a ring.

We are an AGA cleaning specialist so if you would like your AGA cleaned in that area too please give us a ring.

So for oven cleaning Fareham and Gosport please give us a ring on 0800 45 82 357


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May 25

Oven cleaning business for sale Tamworth Staffordshire

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

Our franchisee Roger Gellion, is looking to find a buyer for his business in  the

English: Tamworth Church, Tamworth, Staffordshire.

English: Tamworth Church, Tamworth, Staffordshire. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Tamworth Staffordshire area. He has bee running the business since October 2011 and has built up the business to have a strong customer base and it would a great businarea opportunity for someone looking to have a business that is up and running. So if you are thinking about changing from working in an office, or from a job you are finding stressful, or you have been made redundant and would like to get up and running in a new direction fast then have a think about this opportunity with OvenGleamers. Roger is currently busy and has a nice business but he would like to move south to Devon to be closer to his brother. So he wants to find a buyer for his business first and then he is looking to start in a new area with us in Devon.

If you are interested you would have to come and see  in the first incidence gives Catherine my wife a ring on 01275 370571, who will be able to give you more details.


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May 14

Oven Cleaning Cambridgeshire Cambridge Huntingdon

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

Our new Franchisee Andrew Scott who is covering the Cambridge West area. Here is the first video from my new studio using  a green screen.

Andrew is covering the West Side of Cambridgeshire, covering St Ives, Huntingdon, Papworth, Godmanchester and areas surrounding these areas in Cambridgeshire. Andrew’s area fits into Mark Brown’s area in Cambridge East.

So for oven cleaning in Cambridgeshire please ring 0800 45 83 357 where we will be able to make an appointment for you straight away.

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May 13

Cleaning Glass Door

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

A few weeks back we had a complaint by a client. She said that we had scratched the glass of her oven door. I went out and had a look at it and as it slid out I was able to

English: Old oven door, Llandovery This is one...

English: Old oven door, Llandovery This is one of the oven doors that was found in this former bakery when it was converted to use as the Heritage Centre in 1995. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

take it out and walk to the window and see it in all its glory. And yes it was scratched. She said that this was the first time she had had her oven cleaned as it was just over a year old so as it had been untouched then the only way the scratches could have appeared would have been by her cleaning process. I had to agree with her. I checked with the guy who cleaned it and asked him why he hadn’t dipped it – this being the normal process – we would have used on the door glass like this. He said that as it wasn’t that dirty he had taken it outside and had cleaned it manually with a scraper and steel scourer. Most door glasses would be okay with this as they are already scratched to some degree and it wouldn’t be noticeable but on this occasion dipping would have been the best option. If it isn’t already scratched then the customer doesn’t want it to be scratched, so like new it needs to be treated very carefully.

This has got me thinking about steam cleaners, as I have seen that someone is offering a training course without tank and the pictures on the advert show someone using a steam cleaner to clean the door with the steam nozzle pressed onto a scourer onto the glass of the door. So in this instance if the oven newish then I would guess that the glass is going to be scratched to some degree, and wouldn’t be an option.

On delicate surfaces such as glass and enamel I’d think twice before using it.