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Cleaning a Lacanche Range Cooker

By Graham Rogers

Lacanche Range CleaningThis a post I first wrote quite a few years ago. And I remember the job well because the lady had two Lacanche range cookers one in the kitchen and one in the utility and as they were using the ranges to heat up their jams they weren’t easy to clean. They also […]

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The OvenGleamers 10 Step Eco Cleaning Process

By Graham Rogers

OvenGleamers ProcessAt OvenGleamers we genuinely do use Eco products in your home that are safe for you, your pets, your children, your oven, your oven, your kitchen surfaces and your kitchen floor. As we clean ovens COLD we never ask you to pre-heat your oven before we arrive.  Most of our competitors, even those who say […]

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Oven Cleaning Standards

By Graham Rogers

We have had a couple more complaints and also someone reported that we had broken their hob stand. So I went out and had a look, this time it was a different operative to the other one who had the complaints last week, and I first went and saw the broken hob lady. She said […]

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Oven Cleaning Van Gets Attention

By Graham Rogers

Image via Wikipedia We were talking the other week about the vans and how people react to them. When I started I got my first van sign written but eighteen months later we got another van and then another three and because there wasn't much time between getting them all we didn't get them all […]

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Falcon Range Master clean

By Graham Rogers

Last.week I was training Brian Smith and here are photos of a Falcon Range cooker we cleaned. This Falcon range had the same layout as a Rangemaster 110 but it has a better quality build. We dipped all the self cleaning panels and they came up looking 100%, we polished up the brass and the […]

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Oven Cleaning Scary Movie 1

By Graham Rogers

  I've just put this together. What you think? The idea was to try to be scary and also humerous. The next one won't have that wasp on it! Or the pan boiling over :-).   So the question is are you having nightmares about your oven? Is it really that dirty that you need […]

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