Here are a few tips to help you understand how to wash a convection oven. This process is actually quite simple, but there are a few things you need to know in order to do it properly. Keep reading to learn how to wash your convection oven and keep it in tip-top shape!
It’s important to clean your air fryer regularly to ensure that the heating element (e.g. heating coil) continues to work properly and doesn’t become a breeding ground for bacteria. It’s a good thing that most air fryers have removable parts so they’re easy to clean and are dishwasher safe as well. Nevertheless, you should try looking for fryers without nonstick coating to avoid health hazards.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to learning the process of cleaning an air fryer:
Preparing the air fryer for cleaning
Start by unplugging the air fryer and removing any food or grease from the basket and interior surfaces. If there is any baked-on grease, soak the basket in warm, soapy water for a few minutes before scrubbing with a soft bristle scrub brush. To remove stuck-on food better, you can use baking soda.
Cleaning the basket
Once the basket is cleaned (the basket is one of the removable parts of an air fryer), dry it off with a cloth or soft paper towel and place it back in the cooker.
Cleaning the interior
For cleaning the interior of the convection oven, mix a solution of equal parts vinegar and water. Pour this mixture into the cooker and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, use a clean damp cloth – preferably a damp microfiber cloth, to wipe down the interior surfaces.
Once you’ve cleaned the interior and exterior of the convection oven with hot, soapy water, dry it off and plug it back in. Allow the convection oven to run on its highest setting for a few minutes to finish the cleaning process. When you wipe clean your cooker, do not use abrasive sponges, like steel wool, but instead a non-abrasive sponge to prevent scratches on your main unit.
You should clean your cooker because it will help it work better and last longer. Also, if you don’t clean it, your food will start to taste funny because food particles from your previous usage will accumulate and affect the smell and taste of your food.
So there you have it! 4 simple reminders to help you keep your oven cleaned. Do it for the taste of your food, the longevity of your appliance, and your own peace of mind. Now frying can be done regularly to get fewer calories from the food you eat!
Frequently Asked Questions:
How Often Should An Air Fryer Be Cleaned?
For best results, it is recommended that you clean your convection oven after every use. If you use it multiple times a day, you may need to clean it more often.
It’s necessary to wash my air fryer?
Yes, it is necessary to clean your convection oven. If you do not clean it, the food particles and grease will build up and eventually cause the convection oven to malfunction.
What happens if I don’t clean my air fryer?
If you don’t clean your cooker, the food particles and grease will build up and eventually cause the convection oven to malfunction.
How do I know when my air fryer needs to be cleaned?
You should clean your convection oven after every use. If you use it multiple times a day, you may need to clean it more often.
How do I clean the inside of my air fryer?
To clean the inside of your oven remove the basket and use a damp cloth to wipe down the inside of the fryer. You can also use mild dish soap if needed.
How do I clean the outside of my air fryer?
To clean the outside of your convection oven, use a damp cloth to wipe down the exterior. You can also use mild soap if needed.
Can I put soapy water in my convection oven to clean it?
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