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Cleaning of an air fryer oven

Cleaning of an air fryer oven

I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is.
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and any air fryer).
After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.
What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.
Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.
Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with two tablespoons of warm water for the Vortex Plus.
Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.
Paste the sides, back, and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush.
I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is.
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and any air fryer).

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex clothes. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush.

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex clothes. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush.

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because to its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
tooth brushing
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…
After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.
What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.
Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.
Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.
Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.
Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush.
I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex cloths. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush.

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex cloths. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush. .

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because to its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
tooth brushing
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…
After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.
What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.
Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.
Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.
Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.
Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush. .
I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
I’m frequently asked a question that has nothing to do with cooking or air frying. Recipes, timing, and temperatures have no bearing on this. The most often asked question is…
“How do you clean an air fryer oven?” was the question.
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex cloths. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush. .

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!
Using your Instant Voretx Plus, Omni, or Omni+ has never been easier than with the video below.
The non-stick coating of the Vortex Plus and Omni Plus (and even the Omni without a non-stick coating) makes it incredibly easy to clean the Instant brand air fryers. However, the most crucial advice I can tell you is how to maintain your Instant Air Fryer Toaster Oven clean (and really any air fryer)…

After using your oven, make sure you clean it thoroughly!
If you cook in a filthy air fryer oven, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it. My ovens have been in use since they were released in August and October of this year, and I’ve had no problems keeping them clean by disconnecting, letting them cool, then washing them down with a Norwex cloth.

**I do not make any money off of the sale of Norwex cloths. However, if you’re interested in purchasing them, I can recommend the vendor from whom I purchased mine.

Norwex Enviro cloth http://chahinekish.norwex.biz/Norwex Envirocloth

What’s the best way to get rid of caked-on grease?
The grease will build-up, even if you wipe it down after each usage (or don’t wipe it down at all). The following is a two-step process I use to remove built-up grease from surfaces.

Here are some comparison shots of my Omni and Vortex Plus before and after.
Part 1 of cleaning: Paste of Bicarbonate of Soda
To begin the deep cleaning process, make and apply a baking soda paste to the surfaces to be cleaned.

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda with 2 tablespoons warm water for the Vortex Plus.

Use warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda to make the Omni/Omni fizzes.

Paste the sides, back and ceiling of the oven with a paintbrush or toothbrush. .

When using the paste, keep these things in mind:

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because to its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
brushing teeth
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!

While applying the paste, keep it constantly mixed. Baking soda and water tend to separate.
Discard the drip tray and the trays.
To make cleanup easier, lay down a sheet of parchment paper or a paper towel on the oven’s floor.
Do not use the paste on any plastic parts, including the Vortex Plus rotisserie knob, the heating elements, the heating element connectors, or the outside of the Omni/Omni Plus.
Apply the paste only where you can reach it with a sponge to clean it off the oven’s roof.
When using the ovens, be careful around anything pointy like the edges. The top edge of the Vortex Plus and the coil heating element of the Omni/Omni Plus are both sharp.
The paste will turn a brilliant white as it dries. Identify any areas where the paste was not applied properly and make corrections as necessary.
The most critical step after applying the paste to the oven’s interior is….

Allow between 12 and 24 hours for it to sit.
That’s the most critical aspect of the process. Baking soda is a common household cleaner that works wonders on tough grease. However, because of its mediocre strength, it will only begin to operate after some time has passed.

As soon as you’re ready to get rid of the paste, grab these supplies:

water in a large bowl.
Use the non-scratch side of the sponge for scrubbing (or you can use a heavy duty brillo sponge that has been used and is worn down).
tooth brushing
A brush for cleaning straws
Norwex-made cloth
While using the sponge to remove the baking soda, keep rinsing and wringing it out in the bowl of water. To get into the smallest of spaces, use a toothbrush or straw brush.

While scrubbing, do not apply pressure to the surface. Don’t rush anything. This is a long process, but it will be worthwhile in the end.

Once the baking soda has been removed, wipe down the sides with the Norwex cloth to eliminate any remaining residue.

For those who want their oven to seem as good as new, you may stop here. For those who are like me, however, the next step is to…

Cleaning Part Two: Steam Cleaning
To remove the initial several layers of baked-on fat, use baking soda. My steam cleaner does wonders for getting the rest off. The Dupray Multipurpose Steam Cleaner comes highly recommended by me.

I don’t simply use this steam cleaner in the oven, as you might have guessed. My favourite cleaning tool, and I use it on pretty much everything.

To clean the sides of your steam cleaner, attach a brush attachment to the steam cleaner’s wand. In order to get the grease to melt, you must steam it for around 10 seconds. After that, all you have to do is wipe it away.

The fine nozzle on the Omni/Omni Plus and Vortex Plus can be used to get into small areas, such as the metal brackets.

When cleaning the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus, the steam cleaner excels at getting into those hard-to-reach places, including where the door clips in.

Please do not use the steam near the fan, on the heating elements, the heating coil, or on the rotisserie knob.

Removing the Trays for Cleaning
Despite the fact that the instructions state that the trays are dishwasher safe, I’ve never actually had to put anything in the dishwasher. It’s simple to clean the trays on the Vortex Plus and Omni/Omni Plus with only soap and water and a sponge.

In my experience, Dawn Platinum Powerwash works wonders on difficult built-up grease. I apply it using a spray bottle, wait a few minutes, and then use a sponge to remove any grease or food residue.

An old produce brush works excellent for cleaning out the basket!

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