When it comes to kitchen appliances, most of us don’t think about how long they’ll last until we’re faced with a broken one.
Toaster ovens are no exception.
They’re handy little appliances that we use almost daily, but how long can you expect yours to last?
In this post, I’ll dive into the lifespan of toaster ovens and what you can do to make yours last as long as possible.
When it comes to the lifespan of a toaster oven, it really depends on how often you use it and how well you take care of it.
On average, a toaster oven can last anywhere from 3-10 years. However, if you take good care of your toaster oven and don’t use it excessively, it can last even longer.
A statistic from a study recently conducted found that the average lifespan of a toaster oven was 7.5 years.
Several factors can affect how long your toaster oven lasts.
One major factor is how often you use it. If you’re using your toaster oven every day, it’s likely to wear out faster than if you only use it a few times a week.
Another factor is how well you clean and maintain it. If you let crumbs and spills accumulate in your toaster oven, it can lead to issues with the heating elements and other components.
Additionally, not using the appropriate cookware or placing them too close to the heating element can cause damage to your toaster oven.
In fact, frequent usage and poor cleaning habits are the two most common reasons for toaster oven failure.
Fortunately, there are several things you can do to increase the lifespan of your toaster oven.
One of the most important things is to clean it regularly. Make sure to wipe down the interior and exterior of your toaster oven, and remove any crumbs or spills as soon as they happen.
It’s also important to use the appropriate cookware and not place them too close to the heating element.
Overall, regular cleaning and maintenance can increase a toaster oven’s lifespan by up to 50%.
Even with regular cleaning and maintenance, eventually, your toaster oven will reach the end of its lifespan.
So, how do you know when it’s time to replace it?
One sign that your toaster oven may need to be replaced is if it’s not heating evenly or if it’s taking longer to cook food in different settings.
Another sign is if it’s making strange noises or emitting a burning smell.
Also, If it’s not working as well as it used to, or if it’s more than 7-10 years old, it’s probably time to consider a replacement.
Toaster ovens are convenient and versatile appliances, but like all appliances, they have a lifespan.
By understanding the average lifespan of a toaster oven, the factors that can affect it, and ways to increase its lifespan, you can make sure that your toaster oven lasts as long as possible.
Additionally, by being aware of the signs that it’s time to replace your toaster oven, you can ensure that you’re getting the most out of your appliance.
Regular cleaning, maintenance and reducing the frequency of usage can help prolong the life of your toaster oven and make sure you get the most out of your investment.
Author: Scott Sanders
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