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BBQ grills & oven racking cleaning
Posted by April_Fresh (April_Fresh), 9 February 2004Can anyone tell me the best & quickest way to clean very heavily burnt on carbon & grease off bbq grills & oven racking?
I have heard the only way to get them looking brand new is to dip them?
We need to have them cleaned within 1-2 hours
Posted by martin_606 (martin_606), 9 February 2004Hi
On Ovens and racks i use
TO4 oven cleaner
Posted by April_Fresh (April_Fresh), 9 February 2004Thanks Martin
What make is that & where can i get it?
Posted by Les (Les), 9 February 2004Hi,
You can purchase T04 from our friends at Express Cleaning.
Just got some myself
Posted by squeaky (squeaky), 9 February 2004I purchased a plastic water tank that you would normally put in a loft ( with a lid ) put a caustic soda / water mix in , (be cautious as this can burn so use industrial glves that go up to the elbows ) place grills etc in , leave for one to one and a half hours , take out and rinse , works brilliantly.
Posted by houseangels (House Angels), 9 February 2004For speed you need Brillo oven cleaner 5 times the price of TO4 but a much superior product
Posted by martin_606 (martin_606), 9 February 2004I have tried brillo but still prefer TO4
'' like hot butter on breakfast toast''
try both and of course make up your own mind which you prefer.
Posted by houseangels (House Angels), 10 February 2004Martin
Oh I understand what you mean, it disappears and does little?
Posted by martin_606 (martin_606), 10 February 2004oh please... too much humor... ah, my ribs hurt too much laughter....
Posted by houseangels (House Angels), 11 February 2004There is obviously a quality of work issue here!!
Anyway keep taking the tablets your ribs probably hurt through leaning into ovens for long periods of time!!
Aint this fun
Posted by martin_606 (martin_606), 11 February 2004Terry
As i stated in a previous post, my prefrence is the TO4 over the brillo. I have tried them both and the TO4 is my personal choice.
As also stated to April Fresh they should try both and make up their own mind as to which they prefer, at the end of the day we all have our dislikes and likes as to the products we use.
Sadly you had to come back with an attempt at a sarcastic remark, I wasn't putting your choice down just stating that i had in fact tried them both and I do prefer TO4, some people may prefer Brillo,who knows?
In fact the TO4 is very soapy I find but it liquifies the grease and has certainly cut down my time i spend cleaning those pesky ovens.
Posted by houseangels (House Angels), 11 February 2004Martin
No offence intended
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