Oven Not Clean After Self-Clean

Core Issue:

  • Dual Fuel or Built-In Oven not clean after running self-clean
  • Oven still dirty after self-clean was run
  • Self-Cleaning ran but oven is still dirty

Steps to Verify Issue:

  1. Wipe out oven cavity, and follow cleaning recommendations; see Clean Blue Porcelain Oven Interior.
  2. Run self-clean again and adjust self-clean time to maximum time. See Adjusting Oven Self-Clean Time Length.

Refer to the Wolf Cleaning Guide for product recommendations and further information.

Answer:

If the oven cavity is not clean after following the recommendations above, the stain may be permanent.
  • Foods with a high sugar or acid content (i.e. milk, tomatoes, fruit juices) that are allowed to remain on any porcelain enamel surface may cause a permanent dull spot.
  • Some staining is considered normal.
  • See also, Dual Fuel and Built-In Ovens Self-Clean Feature.
Refer to the product use and care guide for further information.

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