Here's a list of all the ways you can clean your kitchen with Cleanz.
Wipe down with All Purpose spray.
Exterior of fridge: for stainless steel, use Glass spray with a microfiber cloth. For other finishes, you can use Glass or All Purpose spray depending on how soiled the area.
Fridge interior: Wipe clean with All Purpose spray. For stuck-on food, allow dwell time of 3-4 minutes and add some Oxy Soak for a gentle abrasive.
Hobs, gas burners, etc. can be soaked in 1 teaspoon of Concentrate and hot water to loosen cooked-on food and grime.
All Purpose or Bathroom spray can be used depending on how big the mess. Spray and allow dwell time for stubborn, cooked-on spills. You can also use Oxy Soak if an extra soak is needed.
Range hood & filters
Dust first and then spray All Purpose spray liberally. Let dwell for 5 minutes to break down grease and Wipe clean with a microfiber cloth.
If you have metal filters, remove and wash in warm water and 1 teaspoon of Concentrate. Some filters are dishwasher safe.
Ovens (non toxic oven cleaning method)
Preheat the oven at the lowest temperature (not over 100 degrees) for a few minutes and turn it off.
Spray oven walls liberally with All Purpose or Bathroom spray.
For stubborn or burnt areas, mix a little Oxy Soak with water and scrub onto the tough parts. Spray and agitate with a brush until soapy.
Let sit for a minimum of 15 minutes to overnight. Apply more Cleanz if it has dried too much before scrubbing.
Spray the racks with All Purpose or Bathroom spray, let sit and then scrub with a brush or soak in warm soapy water, and scrub clean.
Dry with a paper towel or dry rag.
Repeat if necessary.
Clean the outside of the appliance with All Purpose spray and a damp microfiber cloth.
Clean the inside of the appliance with All Purpose spray.
Cabinet doors: painted cabinets can typically be cleaned with All Purpose spray, however since all paints are different, we recommend spraying a small area first to test. If everything looks good, spray and wipe with a microfiber cloth. For cabinets that are stained and clear sealed, dilute 1 tablespoon of Concentrate in 2 litres of water. Lightly wipe with a microfiber cloth dampened and wrung out with solution. Follow with dry cloth.
Cabinet interior: Pull everything out spray down with All Purpose spray.
Don’t forget cutlery drawers! These can be wiped out with All Purpose spray or washed with 1 teaspoon of Concentrate in a big sink of hot water.
Repeat if necessary.
Apply a small amount of Cleanz to a microfiber cloth or sponge, then wipe down your benchtops in a circular motion.
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