Oven Cleenze

W e at Oven Cleenze only use the safest and environmentally friendly cleaning products, we are trained in disassembling ovens  to attack grease and grime you cant see and reassembling them safely. We do this with complete care and attention. The oven components will be safely removed and taken to the van and put in a bio-degradable solution for around 1 Hour to degrease and sanitise! Whilst this is being done we will use bio degradable solutions (which are Odourless) in and around your oven,  mats will be used around you oven to avoid mess in the kitchen, we don’t make mess we clean it up!  We will work to a time that suits you including week nights and even weekends.

Let oven cleenze take the hard work out of cleaning your carpets with our Airflex mini dual vac professional carpet cleaner, it has a 50ft hose for easy up stairs cleaning. With our extensive knowledge in the industry we will tackle those annoying stains. Carpet cleaning prices start from as little as £25 per room and joint with an oven clean booked at the same time you could receive further discounts.

Natalie has been an LGBT journalist for 12 years and joined the Fyne team in 2001. Her interests outside of work are cycling, running and badminton. She is also studying for a degree in psychology.

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