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I'm Mike Pope. I live in the Seattle area. I've been a technical writer and editor for over 30 years. I'm interested in software, language, music, movies, books, motorcycles, travel, and ... well, lots of stuff.

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We cannot allow engineers to build products for an idealized rational user when real humans are irrational: we must design for the way users actually behave.

Jakob Nielsen, "The Paradox of the Active User"



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First entry - 6/20/2003
Most recent entry - 6/15/2018

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  09:01 PM

Three procedures (count 'em, three) for a Famous Maker brand of oven cleaner. These are the bits that are in bold in the instructions. Includes this disclaimer: "Read entire label before use and follow directions."

TWO-HOUR CLEANING

1. SPRAY IN COLD OVEN.
2. CLOSE DOOR. WAIT 2 HOURS FOR THE FOAM TO PENETRATE OVEN SOILS.
3. WIPE CLEAN.


EASY OVERNIGHT CLEANING

1. SPRAY IN COLD OVEN.
2. CLOSE DOOR AND ALLOW FOAM TO REMAIN OVERNIGHT.
3. WIPE CLEAN.


DAILY SPOT CLEANING

1. SPRAY IN COLD OVEN.
2. ALLOW TO STAND
for 30 sec. - 1 min.[1]
3. WIPE CLEAN.


There are also instructions for BBQ GRILL CLEANING, but they have no bold, so you'll just have to do without those today.

[1] Bolding is exactly as you see here.

[categories]   [tags] instructions, how-to, procedures, documentation

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