STEAM-CLEAN VS. SELF-CLEAN OVENS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Steam-cleaning ovens use water to create steam, which helps soften and loosen the burnt-on food particles on the interior of the oven. Self-cleaning ovens use high heat to burn off food residue, with a cooling period in between cleaning cycles.
While both oven-clean settings can be effective for removing debris from inside your oven, the main difference is in how each method keeps your appliance clean and ready for the next use. Read on to learn more about using these two types of oven-cleaning cycles.