the catalytic liners are coated with a specially
formulated enamel coating, over a base of regular
enamel . this enamel coating has a rough surface which
is also porous . During normal cooking, fats and other
food spatter is partially absorbed into the surface and
then oxidised away . this oxidisation of the fat works
best if the oven is set at high temperatures . If you do a
lot of lower temperature baking, say around the normal
180ºc, then the cleaning process may not be complete .
Every now and then you should turn the oven on to
260ºc for around one hour to completely remove
the soil .
should the panels become heavily soiled, they will
need to be taken out of the oven and cleaned by hand .
they should be soaked in warm, soapy water for at
least 2 hours and then wiped clean with a soft cloth .
• S olid cleaning powders, creamy cleansers, caustic
oven cleaners, steel wool or other scourers will ruin
the catalytic surface and must NEvEr BE usED .
• W hen running the oven at 260°C to clean the
catalytic liners, surfaces under these conditions
will be hotter than usual and children should be
kept away .
removing the catalytic liners
• Remove Side Racks.
• Lift the liner up to disengage the hooks.
• T he liners should now be free to be pulled in
towards the centre of the oven .
the storage compartment is accessible through the
pivoting door . unused oven racks and grill dishes can
be stored here .
DO NOt store flammable or combustible items in the
storage compartments . this is not a compartment for
warming food .