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Put the sparkle back into your oven with reliable and trusted oven cleaners.

Whether you are looking to have your oven cleaned or stubborn stains removed, we’ll find you the best local oven cleaners on Bark.

Choosing your Oven Cleaning Specialist

How much does an Oven Cleaner cost?

The average cost of an oven cleaner depends on the size and condition of the oven.

Your professional oven cleaner will be able to advise you on the full range of options available, including what is most suitable for your requirements. Use Bark to get free quotes and get in touch with local oven cleaners today.

How long will it take for my oven to be professionally cleaned?

It takes on average two hours to clean an oven, depending on the size. Cleaners should use non-toxic and biodegradable products, so you should be able to use your oven straight away.

How do I choose the best Oven Cleaner?

There are a few ways that you can narrow down your options:

  • Money-back guarantee - It is always a good idea to ask any company you are considering using what their policy is if you are unhappy with the work they have undertaken for you. For example, do they come back and rectify things you are not happy with, and if they are unable to resolve the issue is there a refund policy?

  • Vetting - You want to check if the professional is fully vetted and DBS checked. This prevents unsuitable people from working near and around vulnerable groups, including children.

  • Professionally trained - Check to see if your oven cleaner is professionally trained. If they don’t have the necessary experience, they could cause damage to your appliance.

  • Membership body - If you have a problem with the service you have received and feel you have been treated unfairly, you should be able to go to their professional body which can mediate between you and the company in question.

  • Cleaning methods - Not all cleaning companies use the same methods. It's always a good idea to ask about each company’s cleaning process so that you can make a proper comparison between different professionals.

  • Customer feedback - Before hiring a cleaning service, make sure you read their reviews and ratings found on their website or Bark profile.

  • Experience - Find out how long your cleaning professional has been in business, as someone with many years of experience should know how to complete a high-quality job.


You can be confident that any of the Bark local oven cleaners listed will give you a reliable and professional service.

How often should an oven be professionally cleaned?

If you use your oven regularly, it is recommended to have it cleaned every three to six months. Keeping on top of cleaning prevents grime from building up and getting out of control. It’s always a good idea to hire an oven cleaner every time you move house, as it could have been a while since your new oven was last cleaned.

How do I check my Oven Cleaning Specialist’s credentials?

Look out for oven cleaning professionals who have completed courses such as the CPD Oven Cleaning Certificate. You should also look to see if they hold membership in The Association of Approved Oven Cleaners.

Before you choose an oven cleaner, check out their website or Bark profile to read customer reviews and testimonials.

How do Oven Cleaning Specialists clean an oven?

Oven cleaners commonly use a method called dip tank cleaning. They start with dismantling the oven door and racks before soaking them in hot water and cleaning detergent. The interior of the oven is thoroughly degreased, cleaned, and wiped. To keep your kitchen and floors clean during the process, they use large covers or stain steel protectors.

They also use special techniques to remove grease and other residue found in the compartments of your oven. After this, they carry out a deep clean of internal and external surfaces, including protective covers and glass covers, before replacing the parts.

Finally, your oven cleaner will test to see if your oven is working properly.
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Honeybee Clean

We are a Lancashire based professional domestic and commercial cleaning company offering specialist cleaning services to our clients ranging from house and office deep cleans to carpet cleaning and housekeeping. End of tenancy Oven Cleans Deep cleans Carpet cleaning New build cleans House clearances External power washing Gutter clearing Window cleaning What makes us unique is our desire to provide an exceptional service at an affordable price delivering meticulous levels of cleaning and more importantly, we absolutely love what we do.

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What do you love most about your job?

The transformtion from dirty to clean with a bit of time, elbow grease, love and care.

What inspired you to start your own business?

We have years of experience within hospitality and medical recruitment but due to the COVID-19 pandemic a lot of hospitality staff were out of work. We have set up Honeybee Clean with a view to try help out the industry a little by endeavouring to get people in work. We did start seeing an increase in demand for cleaning staff which then led us to set up Honeybee Clean. Also, we do absolutely love cleaning and making people happy.

Why should our clients choose you?

It's quite simple really. We really care about what we do and we want to do deliver an exceptional service to our clients. We are a small business and that is to our advantage. We like to send the same cleaners to the same jobs where possible in order to maintain familarity, reliability and consistency.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

No, unfortunatley we have to attend every job for quotation and job completion.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

Our cleaners are regularly COVID tested and full PPE is provided for all our staff when entering in to people's place of resisdence or office space. Where possible we will only send one cleaner to reduce the amount of people in a property.

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Self-cleaning ovens will use high temperatures to burn away food leftovers without any need for toxic oven cleaning chemicals. A self-cleaning oven has an enamel coating on the inside walls which makes it easier to burn off heat and ash with high temperatures. A self-cleaning oven has a cleaning cycle of around 2-4 hours, during which time the oven gets to work at 900 to 1,000-degree heat, removing baked-on food residue that’s collected over time.

As you can imagine, the heat required for a self-clean to successfully burn off thick layers of grease, fat, and grime can produce a pretty powerful smell - so be warned! Also bear in mind that the fumes self-cleaning ovens emit can be dangerous to animals, so keep your pets well clear during the cleaning process.

As deceiving as the name is, self-cleaning ovens still require a bit of elbow grease from time to time! While the oven will do most of the work, you should still clean your self-cleaning oven manually every so often to prevent areas such as racks glass getting dirty. You’ll also need to give your self-cleaning oven a wipe over once the self-clean is complete, to ensure no residue is left.

If you want to avoid having to replace your oven early, then hiring a professional oven-cleaner is absolutely worth it. Not only will it leave your oven looking (and smelling!) like new, it’ll also leave it in a healthy condition which will reduce the need to have to pay to repair or replace it. Not to mention that cleaning an oven yourself can be an extremely time-consuming and messy process if you’re not experienced in the art of oven cleaning!

The average price of an Oven Cleaning Specialist is £55

Region Great Value
Average
Premium
Nationwide
£45
£55
£76
East Midlands
£45
£59
£70
East of England
£48
£58
£80
London
£45
£50
£70
North East England
£45
£55
£65
North West England
£45
£55
£65
Scotland
£45
£54
£70
South East England
£40
£55
£76
South West England
£55
£65
£80
West Midlands
£50
£60
£80
Yorkshire and the Humber
£40
£50
£70

Reviews

4.76/5.00

based on 136,047 reviews

The average rating for Bark Oven Cleaning Specialists is 4.76, based on 136,047 reviews.

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