Everyone, start your ovens! Whether it's time for spring cleaning, the post-holiday clean-up, or a weekly refresh, give your oven, stovetop, or induction cooktop the attention it deserves by treating it with our plant-derived solutions. Read on to learn the products and steps to achieve a spotless oven.
To remove heavy grease and buildup, remove oven racks, stovetop grates, and knobs and soak in a bath of hot water and 2 capfuls of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative—the hotter the water, the better.
Soak It Out
Allow to soak for over an hour. If possible, leave it to soak overnight – the longer the soak, the easier it will be to remove caked-on grime.
Puttin' On the Spritz
While the racks are soaking, tackle the stovetop. Spray the area with Surface Cleaner, focusing on grease splatters and spilled sauces.
Use the Copper Cloth and a little elbow grease to scrub away stubborn stains and caked-on splatters.
If you have an induction stovetop, use a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth instead. For stubborn 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, avoid abrasive sponges or cloths.