In a recent blog post from the expert cleaning franchise, Ovenclean revealed four tried and tested methods for restoring a grill’s sparkling shine.
Cleaning oven grills can definitely be one of life’s tedious tasks, and Ovenclean understands this better than most. As the oven cleaning franchise said in its blog post, “Once we have finished cooking, it’s easy to close the oven door and not think about all the mess that gets left behind. After a while, the grease and grime start to build up making it very difficult to clean.” Luckily, Ovenclean is here to help, with four grill cleaning methods sure to sort the situation:
1. Baking soda and white vinegar - A popular choice “for those looking for a completely natural cleaning solution”, this combo is very effective at cutting through grease. Combine one and a half cups of baking soda with vinegar to create a thick paste, and generously apply. Scrub with a separate bowl of vinegar, and leave overnight for particularly thick layers of grime.
2. Baking soda and lemon - A very similar option to the above, which you can use to clean your oven grill following the same procedure. In the words of Ovenclean, “Both mixtures are completely natural, [but] some people may prefer to avoid the strong scent of vinegar by using lemons instead.”
3. Dishwashing liquid - “If your oven grill has very little grime and grease but you are wanting to freshen it up, using hot water and washing up liquid is a great option. You will need a large bowl, warm water, and a generous amount of washing-up liquid. Once the mixture is nice and bubbly, soak your sponge in the mixture and scrub away.”
4. A professional deep clean, courtesy of a company like Ovenclean - “Cleaning the oven and oven grill can be a long and strenuous job. It can take hours to scrub away all the burnt-on grease and grime. [When you choose Ovenclean,] you can sit back and relax whilst our oven cleaning professionals get to work transforming your oven and grill.”
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