Things You Will Need
- Paper towels
- Clean cloth
- Stainless steel cleaner
- Razor scraper
General Electric's (GE) Advantium ovens use both halogen lights and microwaves to cook food up to eight times faster than a conventional oven, says GEAppliancescom, which cuts the cooking time for a 5 lb. chicken, for example, to just over half an hour.
The Advantium also operates in three additional modes, as a convection oven, microwave or warmer. The oven's stainless steel interior makes cleanup simple, and GE recommends cleaning it after each use for maximum performance.
- Turn the oven off, and make sure it is cool to the touch.
- Use a paper towel to remove drips and spatters inside the Advantium.
- Remove stubborn or greasy spots with warm, soapy cloth. Rinse the soap out of the cloth, and wipe the surface a second time with plain water.
- Use a commercial stainless steel cleaner, following the manufacturer's instructions, to remove discoloration in the oven, which typically appears as yellowing on the metal surface.
- Wash the turntable in warm, soapy water and dry completely. Wipe the oven floor with a warm, soapy cloth while the turntable is removed.
- Wipe the halogen lamp cover with a warm, soapy cloth or a plastic scrubber. If necessary, remove burned-on foods from the lamp cover using the razor scraper that came with the oven.
- Clean the oven's mica sheet, located on the interior top next to the halogen lamp cover, with a warm, soapy cloth.
Do not use a commercial oven cleaner or abrasive cleansers in your Advantium. Never use a metal scouring pad to clean your Advantium; bits of metal may break off and remain in the oven, causing a risk of electrical shock.