Oven Cleaning Training Day Three

By Graham Rogers | Uncategorized

Jun 18

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This was last week but I have now found time to write what we did in the day.

DAY 3 of Oven
Cleaning Training

1.
Candidate Practical. A full clean of a Stoves standard double oven, hob and
extractor. I demonstrated the best way to clean thick grease off of a
standard extractor unit with wooden front to match the kitchen units. Show how to cut extractor filter paper to size, put the new paper in extractor properly and get the extractor clean by using right cleaning products. Then the candidate did this himself.

2. Demonstrated how to clean the stainless steel hob. Candidate then did this himself.

3.Hinges on this oven were the fixed type,and the inside was sprayed "self cleaning" sides and tops on both the grill and oven. I demonstrated how to remove the fan cover, how to clean this, how to clean the oven fan, how to remove the light covers, replace bulbs and the right way to clean the self cleaning sides. Candidate took parts out to van and put into the solution the right parts and later removed them using our the correct methods.

Lunch back at the office.

4. The afternoon job was cancelled but I booked in another range this time a Range master 90 and overhead extractor hood. Candidate did most of this job himself. I covered some of the things to look out for when cleaning these ranges and the Candidate cleaned the self cleaning sides correctly. Also I covered timings of a job of this size.

5. Cleaning of range master hood. I pointed out the things that had to be looked out for when cleaning this type of extractor hood. Candidate cleaned whole hood himself.

End of day.

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