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Cleaning - What to use to get grease off a cooker splashback?

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What do you use to get grease spots off? Have various cleaning products here,just tried a mild multi surface cleaner but not worked,unsure what else to use thats stronger. Read More
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
What do you use to get grease spots off?

Have various cleaning products here,just tried a mild multi surface cleaner but not worked,unsure what else to use thats stronger.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
cillit bang xxx
lol same time xxx
#2
cilit bang
#3
skusey
clit bang


i tried this but it takes ages to work, lol
#4
tinkerbell28
Cillit bang, the green one.


Thanks,typical I got 2 bottles of purple one in,will get some in.
#5
wickedteen
i tried this but it takes ages to work, lol


typical thought it be a quick job.

Any other recommendations appreciated.
#6
you didnt read wot i replied to, he said CLIT BANG not cilit bang, lol
#7
Oven pride oven cleaner (i think thats what it's called, comes in a box) I use the content of the bottle for cleaning the oven but always leave a bit for things like this, it's instant, burns your hands though so where gloves. hth.
#8
wickedteen
you didnt read wot i replied to, he said CLIT BANG not cilit bang, lol


oh lol I see now you mentioned it... keep it clean lol.
#9
sooory, Typo:?:oops:
#10
tinkerbell28
The green one is a degreaser, if you use that it comes off dead quick, without taking any coating off.
Using the purple and orange one it will take ages, plus not great for any enamel etc the purple and green one is the one I use, for that job, I find it works:)


k I need quick lol when I buy it and get it done.
#11
If you have a stainless steal splashback - once cleaned use baby oil to make it look shiny :thumbsup:
#12
Butterflies
If you have a stainless steal splashback - once cleaned use baby oil to make it look shiny :thumbsup:


Mine is black matt.

Someone mentioned baby oil when I did a google search and found someone asking similar on yahoo answers.
#13
sugar soap is supposed to be good.
#14
My wife swears by Mr Muscle Oven Cleaner & boy is she fussy:thumbsup:
#15
renown
My wife swears by Mr Muscle Oven Cleaner & boy is she fussy:thumbsup:


I'd use renown... he can clean up all spills in a flash! ;-)
#16
Vinegar
#17
May sound daft but try WD40. Great for removing sticky labels too.
#18
I seem to remember that vinegar or baking soda is good for cleaning oily/greasy things.

Yep, found this for you

http://www.doityourself.com/stry/vinegarbakingsoda

[edit] Just to be specific, read the above link, don't just make a mixture yourself, there could be bad consequences.

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