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Easy Off / Ammonia Wash

mobiledynamics | Feb 2, 201803:30 PM     7

Anyone ever do that once a year deep clean....I use EO and spray the handles, seam, etc where carbon just builds up. Dwell, scrub, rinse.

Pull the grates. One bag with Ammonia.
Take the Sheetpans. One bag with Ammonia

Pressure wash rinse the above 2 bagged items.

Maybe BKF has changed. Who knows with these ever changing EPA laws. A mild scrub with BKF used to do the trick for me, but it seems not as effective as OC. OC is pretty quick too, I just make it a point that once I do the initial spray, before I let it dwell, I just wipe the exposed core edges of the rims

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