Cleaning your oven by using the self-cleaning method can indeed by a pretty frustrating process, which is why it’s time to consider a different outlook. Steam cleaning the oven, instead, will save you time and get you rid of those undesired smells.
There’s no use in looking for surreptitious methods to clean your Samsung oven, as the whole process can be a lot more pleasant than anybody thought. Let’s face it: time is often a luxury we don’t have. Therefore, saving as much time as possible can only be beneficial to us. Time is limited and it’s like a tyrant who doesn’t spare anyone, and we all need to learn to accept that.
Before diving into the method of steam cleaning your Samsung oven, it’s time to learn how to deal with the most frequent problems that could appear. Don’t worry, it’s only a matter of time until your Samsung oven will look ethereal if you carefully take into account this article!
If, for instance, your oven doesn’t heat up when the steam clean cycle begins, you need to make sure that the oven is plugged in and that you’ve turned on the power. You also need to make sure that you’ve selected the steam clean function. Last but not least, the door needs to be closed tightly as well.
After the steam clean cycle finishes, the oven might remain with a residue. If that happens, you just need to wipe down the oven using a damp cloth after you’ve finished the steam cleaning process.
How to steam clean a Samsung oven
Here are the steps you need to follow to steam clean a Samsung oven:
- Remove all the cookware and any possible accessories
- Remove the divider if there is one
- Fill the bottom of the empty oven with about 10 ounces of water
- Close the door
- Select the Steam Clean option from the drop-down menu
- Hit the Start/Set button
- Wait for the self-cleaning cycle to finish before you continue. After that, a display blinking should occur and a beep will be heard as well.
- Select the Off/Clear button.
That’s all! You now need to give the oven a wipe down by opening the door and use a sponge to get rid of all the extra water from the bottom of the oven. However, the oven needs to cool before this last process.
The whole steam cleaning process of the Samsung oven should take somewhere between 30 minutes and an hour.
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