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How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

Posted by lisaslists2000 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 14, 10 at 20:43

I have made chicken in the icon speedcook a couple of times, and cannot figure out how to clean the inside! I just tried microwaving lemon juice like I always have done for a microwave, but it seems to vent too well, and none built up on the sides. Grease is pretty well baked on to all of it including the glass inside of the door. It doesn't have very good directions in the manual - says don't use chemical cleaners and wipe out after using. Is it supposed to get "seasoned" and brown in there?
Thanks for any help.
Lisa


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RE: How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

Google cleaning a microwave, many suggestions there. I tried googling cleaning a speed oven and didn't get many "Hits"
See the URL (Cleaning a microwave) below to see one of them I found, but there are many others too.
I have that same oven, 3 years now, and alto doesnt look brand new, is still pretty shiny inside---I may try one of the suggestions I found while Googling.
Good Luck!

GAry

Here is a link that might be useful: Cleaning a microwave


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RE: Has any body tried Amonia?

Here's another one I found but------I would get some of the other folks inputs here, before you tried this, My lungs aren't the greatest, so I think I would pass on this one.

Gary


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RE: How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

Thanks, Dodge! No link for second one, though.
Lisa


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RE: How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

Here's the link for cleaning a speed oven with Amonia. I actually found it while seaching for cleaning Speed oven.
The post if from "Fix Ya". The URL is below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Amonia Link


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RE: How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

You're the best. Gonna do it tonight. Thank you!
Lisa


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RE: How to Clean Inside of Electrolux Speedcook?

Let me know how it works, alto mine not bad, it would not pass the "White Glove Test"
Thanks!!

Gary


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