Oven and Grill Cleaner Instructions

The safe and natural way to clean ovens, grills and BBQs, effectively removing stubborn baked-on fats, oils, greases, proteins and carbohydrate residues of animal and vegetable origin.

WHERE TO USE: Anywhere where you need to break down baked-on fats, oils, greases, proteins, and carbohydrates, for example ovens, broilers, rangehoods, pots and pans, fryers and BBQs.

HOW TO USE: Preheat oven to 38°C or minimum temperature and turn off before applying product. Pre-heating the surface will energize the microbes and enzymes to work faster. NOTE: Don’t over heat your oven! The surface should be warm to touch so that you don’t burn yourself, and so the product doesn’t evaporate on contact.

If you have wooden or vinyl floors, lay paper out on the floor to protect it from any overspray. Although this is a non-caustic product it is still very powerful and has been known to discolour the floor covering. Apply undiluted Oven and Grill Cleaner to top of oven first, then to the sides, and lastly to the bottom and door. Allow cleaner to work for 5-10 minutes.

If you have let it sit too long and it’s dried, simply use a spray bottle with water and mist the surface again – it will make wiping up the mess much easier. Wipe with damp Envirocloth or Kitchen Grease Cloth and rinse thoroughly with water. Stubborn deposits may require more than one application and a scrub with a WET Spirinett. After cleaning, heat oven to 95°C for 10 minutes prior to use if desired.

WARNING: The Oven and Grill Cleaner is powerful, and even though it’s a natural product some caution is necessary. If spilled on wooden surfaces it may leave marks. The product is not dangerous in any way, but needs to be powerful to do the job it is meant to do. It is a water-based, non-caustic cleaner and is safe for use on stainless steel, ceramic and chrome. It is a bio-based, all natural, biodegradable product. Keep out of the reach of children. In case of eye contact, flush with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call a physician.

Here’s Linda Pearce with how to use the Oven & Grill (BBQ) cleaner, plus a great story about cleaning an oven door that was sooo grimy, she thought the glass was actually part of the black metal surrounds, until she cleaned it!

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