Step 1: Hit Refresh on Racks
To remove heavy grease and buildup, remove oven racks, stovetop grates, and knobs and soak in very hot water and two capfuls of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative in your sink or tub. Allow to soak for over an hour. If possible, leave overnight—the longer the soak, the easier it will be to remove stuck-on grime.
Step 2: Target Surfaces
While the racks are soaking, tackle the stovetop and inside of the oven. Spray directly with Surface Cleaner, focusing on grease splatters, spills, and char. Allow to sit for 30 minutes before wiping down with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth soaked in hot water. *Use the Copper Cloth and a little elbow grease to scrub away stubborn stains and stuck-on splatters.
If you have an induction stovetop, use a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth instead. For tough residue, let the solution sit for 30 minutes before wiping with a hot water-soaked cloth. Once the cooktop is clean, use some Scented Vinegar to clean hard water spots from the cooktop.
*For glass stove tops, always avoid abrasive sponges or cloths.
Step 3: Give It A Finishing Touch
After allowing the oven racks, stovetop grates, and knobs to soak, use the Dish Detergent and Copper Cloth to scrub away any remaining debris. Rinse and dry before replacing them, then give everything a final wipe-down with Surface Cleaner.