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by KP81 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:13 am

Hi All,
Just a quick question: Does anyone have any experience of the Bosch Ecoclean system? How does it compare, cleaning wise, with a pyroltic function? Thanks.
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by don » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:12 am

Hi

It's just a variation on the good old stay clean liners which Bosch have the copyright name to.

Pyrolitic cleaning altogether different :wink:

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by KP81 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:57 pm

Thanks Don for the reply. We do need two ovens I think - for family gatherings etc. I would love a pyrolytic oven but they don't make pyrolytic double ovens - due to safety issues probably. The Bosch Logixx pyro oven is about £1000 - if I add a second oven to match or even a stem combi its another £1000 approx. The Bosch Logixx double oven is £1000 but only has Eco-clean hence the question. But if amyone has any further suggestions re oven choice I'd really appreciate hearing your views. Thanks again.
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