Our Everhot Refurbishment Process
It has taken many years to perfect our art of Everhot refurbishment.
With our intimate knowledge of the inner workings we make each and every Everhot cooker truly beautiful again
Our Process For Perfect Refurbishment
As an Everhot Cooker Specialist we pride ourselves on the quality of the cookers we sell. As a result we have developed many processes to increase the quality of our refurbished products.
We first start by cleaning all old grease and burnt on food stuffs.
Next we check all the electrical components and elements to verify all parts of the cooker function as they should.
Once we're satisfied it'll get a really deep clean and polish to satisfy our need for it to be really shiny! This includes our special stainless steel relinishing and polishing process, removing small scratches for the surface.
Once it all looks great we re-assemble the cooker, verifying each of the parts as we go. Once we've put it back together we'll give it a final P.A.T test to make sure it works correctly for the final time before packaging it up ready for delivery! A recipe for the perfect second hand Everhot.
The Devil's In The Detail
As any specialist should we sweat the small stuff!
Our process is incredibly detailed and includes individual cleaning no fewer than 54 individual parts of the cooker, more if required.
The Things we carry out are as follows:-
- Strip The Cooker Down
- We polish every bolt (22 on new models - More on the old),
- Clean Every Thread (22 - The freshly polished bolts have to go somewhere!),
- Replace every rope seal (3),
- Degrease everything (whether it needs it or not),
- Relinish all grained metal (Lid Top, Lid Bottom, Top Surround, Oven Trays),
- Deep Metal Polish Stainless Steel (Lid Insert, Surround Edging, Door Boxes x 2 ),
- Polish Door Inserts,
- Clean The Hot Plates (and re-ground flat if necessary) ,
- Clean The Ovens And Oven Tray Runners,
- Professional Paint Treatment To Remove Ingrained Food & Grease ,
- Paint Polishing,
- Verify All Electrical Components,
- Replace Anything Broken,
- Re-Calibrate Temperature Settings For The Control Box (If Necessary)
- Test For A Week Minimum,
- Safely Wrap Up,