It certainly is frustrating to have a well cleaned oven and sparkling hob let down by unsightly grease between the glass panels of your oven door. But should you try to clean in-between your oven's window? Food, grease, drips and streaks can get in-between the glass of an oven door in a number of ways.
The Ovenclean network are enjoying record breaking levels of demand for their services across the country, as a direct result of the extensive national TV advertising campaign, which kicked off for the first time in February this year. Over the course of March alone, there has been a staggering 77% increase in customer enquiries generated for the Ovenclean network versus last year! This fantastic achievement is a trend that looks set to continue due to the ongoing success of the inaugural TV campaign, which will run until mid-September.
We don't believe you can ever have too much chocolate here at Ovenclean, but if you feel you've over done it this Easter and don't want any to go to waste, we've got some great ideas for 'upcycling' the glut of chocolate you might have left around tempting you at every opportunity! Each of the following ideas will also help you create the perfect present for friends or family, whatever the time of year = win-win. Hot chocolate spoons: One of the most simple ideas really, but they look and taste great with minimal effort on your part, and make a lovely gift.
With Easter this weekend, you're probably looking for ideas to entertain the kids throughout the holidays, so here at Ovenclean we wanted to help and have come up with a great Easter egg decorating activity, as well as our pick of the top ideas to keep the little ones busy. Easter, which is the oldest and most important festival in the Christian calendar, is about celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and many also team it with festive family meals, gift-giving and Easter egg hunts.
Gas ovens are declining in number year on year, but there are still thousands in use in UK homes. They are particularly prone to problems due to their often intricate and interweaving parts, and their reliance on a consistent, unhindered supply of gas.