Wolf Blue Porcelain Oven Interior Cleaning
- Remove all oven racks and rack guides for easier cleaning. Racks will also discolor if left in the oven during self-clean. Refer to:
- Remove any non-food materials, such as melted plastic or aluminum foil according to instructions in Aluminum Foil, Oven Liners, and Other Material on the Oven Floor.
- Use a razor blade to lift baked-on foods from the oven cavity and window. The Electric and Induction Cooktop Razor Blade Scraper may be used, if desired.
- It is not possible to clean in between the oven door glass. Refer to Clean Oven Glass for more information.
- Spray stubborn stains with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser.
- Refer to the Wolf Cleaning Reference Guide for cleaning product recommendations and further information.
- Scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad (pink or blue).
- Wash the entire oven cavity with soap and water to remove all cleaning chemicals.
- Enter the self-clean cycle. For instructions, refer to Dual Fuel, Induction, and Wall Ovens Self-Clean Feature.
- Allow the oven to cool completely after the self-clean cycle and wipe out ash with a damp cloth.
- For tough stains of white or gray ash, use a mild abrasive cleaner and scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad (pink or blue). Wipe with a damp cloth to remove cleaner.
- See also, Wolf Oven Not Clean After Self-Clean.
- Do not allow food with a high sugar or acid content (for example, milk, tomatoes, fruit juices) to stay on any porcelain enamel surface. Failure to remove these foods may cause a permanent dull spot.
- If the cleaning chemicals are not cleaned from the cavity thoroughly with soap and water, etching of the porcelain may occur.
- Never wipe a warm or hot porcelain surface with a damp cloth or sponge, as this may cause chipping or crazing (hairline cracks).
- Some porcelain may come off when wiping the oven. This is normal and causes no harm. As the oven expands and contracts, there may some slight flexing of the oven cavity.
- Wolf does not suggest using a steamer to clean the oven interior.
- Refer to Oven Interior Cleaning and Care Video.
- Run self-clean as often as necessary. Typically, it is not needed more than a few times per year for heavy cleaning only. Use other tips for light cleaning.
If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
Clean Other Wolf Ovens
- Wolf gas ranges have a black porcelain interior. Refer to Clean Black Porcelain Oven Interior for instructions.
- Convection Steam Oven Cleaning Information
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