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Frequently Asked Questions
Although oven cleaning kits can be effective, the chemicals they use are highly toxic, harmful to skin and damaging to work surfaces, floors and more. Our highly trained technicians use all the correct methods and products to ensure any stronger chemicals are kept outside your home and no damaging products will be used on any of your surfaces.
We started in 2012 (we actually cleaned our first oven two days after our son was born).
We pride ourselves on always providing a quality service, from the first phone call to the completion of the job. Our technicians are highly trained, and fully insured.
We only use non-toxic and fume-free products in your home. Nothing we use will affect anyone in your household and you can use you oven straight away.
We will move most furnishings, and are happy to help you move anything heavy. All we ask is that you move all small, breakable and valuable items that may be in the way during the cleaning process. Unfortunately we are unable to move any large electrical items.
On average, a carpet should be cleaned every 6-18 months, depending on how many people are in your household, if you have pets, small children etc.
In most homes an oven will only need professionally cleaning once a year, but obviously this can change, depending on how often the oven is used and also the type of food that is being cooked. When the technician comes to visit they will be happy to advise you on your recommended cleaning schedule.
Drying time can really vary, as the thickness of the carpet, material and also weather can lengthen or shorten the time. We usually advise 1-2 hours but do not guarantee this.