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Enamel

A hard, glassy substance, usually opaque, that is applied by fusion to metallic or other hard surfaces to enhance appearances or for protection.

Ovens

Common Problems: Charred spills on the bottom, Grease

How to Clean: Remove oven racks, scrape and remove any loose debris. For heavy grease, sprinkle with All Purpose Bleach Alternative and hot water—let soak! Wash with Dish Detergent and scrub any stubborn messes with a Copper Cloth.

Similarly, remove all charred spills on the ovens bottom. Soak a clean Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth

in hot water, wring and wipe the oven’s interior dry.

Cautions: Grease and charred buildup can be hazardous--always keep clean! Be sure that the stovetop and oven are off and cool. Do not use abrasive or harsh toxic cleaners.

Stovetops

Common Problems: Splatters on burners and knobs, Grease

How to Clean:

Gas Range: Scrape off and discard any loose debris; remove and soak drip plates in the sink with hot, sudsy water. Spray the stovetop with Surface Cleaner and sprinkle All Purpose Bleach Alternative; scrub with a Copper Cloth. Rinse with a clean wet cloth and pat dry. Return to the sink and handwash drip plates with Dish Detergent, rinse well and dry.

Coil Electric Stovetop: Carefully unplug and remove the electric coils. Scrub the coils with a wet Copper Cloth and a small amount of Dish Detergent. When washing, make sure to not get the electrical connections wet! Rinse clean to remove soap residue.

Spray the stovetop with Surface Cleaner and sprinkle All Purpose Bleach Alternative; scrub with a Copper Cloth to remove any stubborn messes. Rinse with a clean wet cloth and pat dry.

Pat coils dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth before plugging back into the stove.

Cautions: Grease and charred buildup can be hazardous--always keep clean! Be sure that the stovetop and oven are off and cool before cleaning. Do not use abrasive or harsh toxic cleaners.

Shop the Cleaning List

All-Purpose Bleach Alternative 32 oz
$15.00

Dish Detergent 16 fl oz
$12.00

Copper Cloth
$16.00

Scrub Grease & Grime

Surface Cleaner 16 fl oz
$12.00

Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths
$20.00

Lint Free for Cleaning and Spot Treating