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Cleaning AGA enamel lids

By Graham Rogers

The other day I was out training new franchisee Brian Smith and we cleaned this very old and dirty Standard AGA cooker (Standard as an old AGA with enamel lid tops before they bought out the Deluxe AGA in the late fifties with chrome top lids) and standard double oven in the same kitchen of a fabulous thatched cottage. The AGA took a while as the grease was engrained on and the top of the enamel lids was particulary bad. In all, as I was showing Brian the cleaning process, it took a long time than I would have taken myself. As Brian cleaned the double oven on his own I carried on with the detail of  the AGA. So we started at 0930 and finished at 1530. A long day. The AGA looked great at the end though. Unusually the underside of the lids were both self cleaning – well rusty self cleaning coated that couldn't be cleaned. Really I haven't cleaned one of these standard AGAs for a while and I really enjoyed myself. I not sure if Brian did though! We cleaned the Falcon double oven range cooker the next day. All good practise though.




About the Author

Graham Rogers Started OvenGleamers as one man in a van in Taunton in 2004. The business grew to a five van operation by 2007. OvenGleamers first franchisee started in October 2010. OvenGleamers Became An Associate Member of British Franchise Association in 2012. Now growing National OvenGleamers Network. OvenGleamers are AGA and Big Cooker Cleaning Specialists. Graham writes on this blog and films videos and has a podcast.

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