A: Simple Green Heavy-Duty BBQ & Grill Cleaner (non-aerosol) can be used to clean an oven. Please be sure to follow instructions to rinse after cleaning and drying with a non-abrasive towel. Our BBQ & Grill Cleaner is safer than more conventional oven cleaners so it won't work on baked-on carbon deposits or residue.
A: I have not tried it on my oven yet, but I use it to clean my cooktop all the time. It's great for cleaning off stuck-on messes and grease so I don't see any reason why it wouldn't also work for an oven.
A: Yes, It can be used to clean a oven.
A: Yes, It is a friendly product.
A: Great product
A: Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ and Grill Cleaner is safe for stainless steel. It is also safe for grills, enamel and other food and non-food surfaces.
A: Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ and Grill Cleaner can be used on all surfaces of your Webber BBQ including the grills. The product does not leave any residue that is harmful. You should rinse well after cleaning. The product is absolutely safe when using over a wood deck. You can even clean the wood deck with it. Before cleaning the BBQ you will want to wet down the deck then rinse everything well after cleaning. I hope this helps :)
A: Yes, you can use it on the grills....I would consider using it on the grass or driveway so you don't get all of gunk from the grill on your deck. Best advice I can give is to spray it on and wait 10-15 minutes or so and let it soak in. You also might want to purchase an inexpensive plastic putty knife to scrape off the hard too remove gunk... then make sure you wash it all off. Good luck..!!
A: Yes it did a good job. There was a lot of scrubbing, but I also let it soak some in the product spray.
A: This product is a cleaning machine. Now, as to its use on cast iron, I will tell you I have not used it on my cast iron grate. Nor would I use it on a cast iron frying pan either. To clean a cast iron grate, you might just use a little water and a decent scrubber to avoid stripping the seasoning off the surface. Even after cleaning, most cast iron makers recommend that you then apply a thin coat of seasoning oil to the surface. To get the definitive answer, i would suggest that you contact the manufacturer of this product for their recommendations.
A: Simple Green BBQ & Grill Cleaner (non-aerosol) is not the preferred way to clean a cast iron surface as it will strip any seasoning, and as a water based formula, can lead to rust build up if the surface is not cleaned, dried and treated properly. That said, if your intention is to strip everything bare, while there are other methods, you can safely use this product to get the cast iron surface as clean as possible. Be sure to treat immediately afterwards to avoid rusting.