I’m looking for chemicals to clean a very dirty oven. I need something that can remove baked on carbon deposits. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, and I live in a rural area so having someone else clean it is not an option.
We used to use degreaser and a wire brush…soak in a deep sink, use wire brush and brillo pads.
I use ProForce oven cleaner from Sam’s Club (it’s made by Ecolab). It works great and is fairly cheap. See http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/naviga … tem=360261.
By the way, I also used it on the make-up air vent and it work great there too.
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Is what we use. We get it from Sysco. It’s great.
Not sure if u talking Deck or conv oven. Sounds like deck.
The places i have worked with decks, never seen much problem, a few would throw a ton of salt in then use a scrapper to get all the crud off.
Conv ovens. Would just take apart belts, and the fingers. take it all down to local car wash and blast away.