How To Clean LG Oven With Blue Interior

How To Clean LG Oven With Blue Interior: Explained

Last Updated on April 15, 2024 by Shari Mason

I have faced several challenges while trying to clean my LG oven.

Today, I will provide step-by-step instructions on how to clean your LG oven with a blue interior. 

From removing baked-on food and grease to getting rid of pesky smudges and streaks, this guide has all the tips and tricks you need to get your oven looking its best.

Step By Step Guide On How To Clean LG Oven With Blue Interior

Baking Cookies in an oven
  1. Remove the oven racks and set them aside. 
  2. Take a soft cloth and dampen it with warm water. Use the cloth to wipe down the oven’s interior, including the door and the walls. 
  3. Spray an all-purpose cleaner [1] onto the interior surfaces and wipe again with a damp cloth. 
  4. Take a bowl of warm, soapy water and dip a scrubbing pad into it. Scrub the oven’s interior, including the walls, door, and other hard-to-reach areas. 
  5. Rinse the oven’s interior with a wet cloth to remove any remaining soapy residue. 
  6. Dry the interior of the oven with a dry cloth. 
  7. Place the oven racks back into the oven. 
  8. Turn on the oven for 10 minutes to ensure that all surfaces are completely dry.

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LG Self-Cleaning Oven Instructions

  1. Prepare the oven: Remove all cookware and racks from the oven. Ensure the oven is cool by allowing it to sit for at least 30 minutes. 
  2. Turn on Self-Clean: Press the “Self-Clean” button on the control panel. Select the desired level of cleaning (2-4 hours) and press the “Start” button. 
  3. Monitor the Cleaning Process: The oven will automatically lock during the self-clean cycle. A message will appear on the display when the cycle is complete.
  4. Allow the Oven to Cool: Make sure to allow the oven to cool for at least 30 minutes after the self-clean cycle is complete before opening. 
  5. Open the Oven: Open the oven door carefully, as it may be hot. Wipe any remaining food residue with a damp cloth. 
  6. Clean the Oven Racks: Place the oven racks in a sink or bathtub and fill them with hot, soapy water. Let soak for at least 15 minutes, then scrub with a sponge or brush to remove the remaining debris. Rinse the racks and let dry. 
  7. Reinstall Racks: Place the oven racks back inside the oven and close the door. 

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How To Use LG Easy Clean Oven

LG Oven

Using the LG Easy Clean Oven is simple. Before you start, ensure the oven is off and cooled down. Once the oven is ready, press the EasyClean button on the side of the oven. 

This will cause the oven to heat up to a high temperature of 450°F, activating the EasyClean coating. Leave the oven heated for 20 minutes, and then turn off the oven. 

“The radiation left over from the Big Bang is the same as that in your microwave oven but very much less powerful. It would heat your pizza only to minus 271.3*C – not much good for defrosting the pizza, let alone cooking it.”

– Stephen Hawking, English Theoretical Physicist

Once cooled, the oven can be wiped down with a damp cloth or sponge. Use a non-abrasive cleaner for any stubborn stains. 

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LG Self-Clean vs Easy Clean Ovens

Both LG self-clean [2] and Easy Clean ovens have advantages and disadvantages. 

LG Self-Clean ovens are more expensive than Easy Clean ovens, but they offer a more thorough and efficient cleaning process. 

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Self-clean ovens use very high temperatures to quickly and efficiently clean the oven’s interior. In contrast, Easy Clean ovens use lower temperatures and require more manual scrubbing to clean the oven. 

Self-clean ovens are also less likely to cause damage to the inside of the oven, as the high temperatures used are less likely to cause warping or discoloration.

On the other hand, Easy Clean ovens are cheaper and require less maintenance.


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LG self-cleaning ovens can be prone to various issues, such as the self-cleaning cycle not working properly, the oven door not closing properly, and the temperature not reaching the desired level. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eAdditionally, the self-cleaning cycle can be difficult to use, and the oven can heat up slowly. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eAdditionally, the self-cleaning cycle can produce a strong odor, and the oven can be difficult to clean after the cycle is complete.

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No, it would help if you did not use oven cleaner on an LG easy-clean oven. The LG easy-clean oven has a special coating that allows you to wipe off dirt and grime with a damp cloth easily. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eUsing harsh chemicals like oven cleaner can damage the coating and make it difficult to clean in the future.

In Conclusion

Cleaning an LG oven with a blue interior is a fairly easy task. You can get the job done with the right cleaners and tools in no time. 

Start by removing the racks and cleaning any debris from the oven interior. Then scrub the oven’s interior with a non-abrasive cleaner and a damp cloth. 

Rinse the interior with warm water and clean it with a clean cloth. 

Finally, replace the racks, and you’re done. You can easily keep your LG oven clean and looking new with a little effort and the right supplies.


Shari Mason

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