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BAKED-ON GRIME

Example
 -  Residues that have been baked on to the surface. 

WHAT TO USE

- Specific detergents for cleaning steel and other metals able to soften and remove
baked-on grime.
(Read the product label carefully to check that the product is appropriate for the
intended purpose). 

METHOD 

1

Spray the product onto the steel surface (always follow the instructions on the
product label);

2

Leave the product on the surface for the recommended time;

3

then wipe off with a damp sponge;

4

Wipe the surface over with a damp chamois to remove all product odour and
residues and to give extra shine.

Turn on the oven to the maximum temperature and leave on for 15-20 minutes to
ensure that cleaning product residues have been eliminated before reuse.

Document Outline CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL HOW TO PREVENT CAUSING DAMAGE TO STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES 1 Hydrochloric acid or its derivatives; 2 Sulphuric acid or its derivatives; 3 Hydrofluoric acid or its derivatives. REGULAR GRIME WHAT TO USE METHOD 1 Spray the product directly on the stain, or apply it with a clean cotton rag or kitchen paper. 2 Remove the product with dry kitchen paper, then wipe with a damp chamois. OXIDISED GRIME WHAT TO USE METHOD 1 Apply the cleaning product with a cloth or towel paper. 2 After a few seconds, rub the surface vigorously with towel paper until clean. 3 Remove all product residues with a clean cloth or towel paper. 4 Wipe over with a damp chamois to give shine to the surface. BAKED-ON GRIME WHAT TO USE METHOD 1 Spray the product onto the steel surface (always follow the instructions on the product label); 2 Leave the product on the surface for the recommended time; 3 then wipe off with a damp sponge; 4 Wipe the surface over with a damp chamois to remove all product odour and residues and to give extra shine.