Proper maintenance and care of your oven can help extend its lifespan and ensure that it operates efficiently. Here are some tips to follow:

  1. Clean regularly: Regularly clean the inside of the oven with a mild cleaner recommended for ovens, and wipe down the exterior with a soft cloth or sponge. This will help prevent buildup of food and grime that can cause damage and reduce the efficiency of the oven.
  2. Use appropriate cleaning products: Only use cleaning products that are recommended for use on ovens. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, which can damage the oven's surfaces.
  3. Check the oven door seal: Check the oven door seal regularly for any signs of wear or damage. A worn or damaged seal can cause heat loss and reduce the efficiency of the oven.
  4. Use appropriate cookware: Use cookware that is suitable for use in the oven. Avoid using cookware that is not oven-safe, as it can warp or crack and cause damage to the oven.
  5. Never be anything on the inside bottom of the oven (including foil trays) as these can cause the heat from the bottom element not to disperse properly and can cause cracking and imperfections in the liner of the oven.
  6. Avoid slamming the oven door: Avoid slamming the oven door, as it can cause damage to the hinges and other parts of the oven, additionally this can compromise the glass in the oven door leading to possible breakages in the future.
  7. Follow the manufacturer's instructions: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for operating and cleaning the oven. This will help ensure that you are using and maintaining the oven correctly.

By following these tips, you can help ensure your oven lasts for many years and continues to operate efficiently.