AGA cooker cleaning can be tough work

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

Nov 16

13 Amp 3 oven AGA CookerImage by Ivydale via Flickr

I cleaned an AGA cooker last Wednesday and it was tough. I think I mentioned in my previous blog that it was very dirty. Well as I have been aching for four days now I think I need to add that it was very very dirty and the effort to remove all the burnt on carbon was immense. It was one of the hardest AGA cookers I have had to clean. I think adding the cleaning of the service accommodation on the same day , I cleaned four single ovens, didn't actually help but when you need to get something cleaned in a set time period and you really have to go for it to get it cleaned then it becomes very hard work.

On the AGA the inside of the doors were black, the underside of the simmering lid was black and the "tunnels" just inside the ovens was black too. As all these services were aluminium then there are only a limited number of ways to clean them; all involving lots of elbow grease.

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