As we wave goodbye to summer we look to the autumn and winter comforts of cosy nights in and some good home baking.
Apple pies and casseroles are the perfect seasonal dish, but after 'neglecting' ovens over the summer in favour of the barbecue it may seem that ovens are looking a little worse for wear.
Burnt on food deposits in ovens not only create hygiene problems but can also detract from the quality of cooking. Food particles stuck to the grill become charred, and research shows that charred food may contain cancer-causing agents. Plus, bacteria can also grow in those food particles; therefore it is imperative that ovens are properly cleaned.
Ovenclean, the UK's original and most successful oven cleaning specialist uses a unique environmentally friendly cleaning system, which rids ovens of germs, so those Halloween parties and cosy winter warmer dishes are not ruined.
Ovenclean Chief Executive, Julian Minwalla says: "Over the winter months there is nothing like home baking using the very best of local seasonal produce.
"It is also the time of year when friends and families come round for festivities such as Halloween and of course Christmas. Cleaning ovens is a job that nobody likes to do. But to ensure the high quality of your cooking and to save the embarrassment of family and friends seeing your dirty oven, then a professional oven clean is the answer.
"The system that Ovenclean uses is 100 percent caustic free and ensures a hygienic and fume-free environment meaning appliances are safe to use as soon as the cleaning job is complete.
"Ovenclean can remove grease, fat and burnt on carbon deposits in around two hours from ovens, hobs, microwaves, BBQs and Agas."