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Cleaning Solution

bwbw Posts: 87
edited 12:57AM in EggHead Forum
I know I have seen in past posts about cleaning the BGE grid and I can't remember the cleanser that is used, I wanna say it's made by Dawn dish soap mayb the Dawn Oxi clean something like that. If anyone know I would greatly appreciate it.[p]Thanks


  • bw,
    Dawn Power Dissolver

  • bwbw Posts: 87
    Rusty Rooster,[p]Thank you so much!![p]bw
  • edbroedbro Posts: 300
    I haven't tried either but I've heard that a cup of ammonia is pretty effective also.

  • MACMAC Posts: 442
    bw,[p]I use Dawn Power Desolver. But ammonia does cut grease. just do it out side or in the garage. Stinks. It has been used to cut wax on floors for years. Ask your mother. Put is in a solution and let it set for a couple of hours and the grease is gone. A light touch up with a brush and you are good to go.

  • bw,
    Cleanse with FIRE and a wire brush. works every time

  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,807
    bw, I found the Dawn product to be just so-so and severely overpriced. Ammonia costs much less and works like a champ if you put your grill/oven parts in a heavy duty plastic bag (making sure not to poke a hole) and add a cup or two of ammonia & seal the bag/container. Let it sit overnight and then a quick hosing and perhaps a light brushing will remove any residue. All of this requires a small, outdoor area where you won't kill the lawn or plants![p]Rascal

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