Got a Stubborn Oven?

Call in the Professionals!

An oven takes a lot through daily use. Constant high temperatures, bubbling grease and dripping fat can leave it covered in dirt and grime. And yes, it wouldn’t matter at all if they weren’t incredibly difficult to remove.

Cleaning an oven requires a lot of elbow grease. You need patience and time to be able to successfully remove grime, grease or carbon deposits. But who has the patience or the time these days? That’s where we come in. Our oven cleaners in the Gold Coast will take care of the job with the utmost care.

The oven door will be removed and taken apart so in between the glass panels can be properly cleaned and lastly the inside of the oven will be given a complete clean and detail; bring it as close to showroom quality as possible.

If you are tired of performing fruitless cleaning methods and would love your oven looking fresh again, contact us.

You can make an online inquiry or simply call us on 1300 166 366 to make your booking!


Q: How long does a professional oven clean take?
A: Our cleaners tend to take around 2 hours, depending on the size of your oven and if you want anything additional cleaned, such as the hobs.

Q: What’s the difference between oven cleaning and oven valeting?
A: The main difference is time. Oven cleaning generally only involves cleaning what is visible while oven valeting is more involved as it requires cleaning the areas you do see on a daily basis and the areas that you don’t such as behind the liners. This naturally takes longer and this will be reflected in the fee.

Q: How often should you get your oven cleaned?
A: This depends on how often the oven is used and what is cooked in it. An oven that is regularly used to cook fatty meats will need more regular visits than an oven that is perhaps used once a week to warm through ‘ready meals’.

Q: How long after cleaning the oven can I cook?
A: You’ll be able to use your oven straight away after it’s been cleaned by one of our technicians. All our cleaning products are free of caustic soda, so you can feel confident getting back to your cooking.

Q: Is a dirty oven dangerous?
A: A dirty oven is not a major health hazard, however, they do pose some risks if burnt on food and grease is allowed to accumulate. An excess of buildup can impact cooking efficiency and can also cause noxious fumes, which aren’t pleasant to have in the home.