So I have a Vulcan range/oven combination - the stove tops always get extremely greasy from flipping eggs and making omelettes, as do the bottom of my egg pans. Now I know I can buy some over priced cleaner from US Foods or the like... but I generally just use some ammonia and a lot of elbow grease. I'm a small operation so I'm stuck cleaning the things myself, wish I could afford to pay someone. It always takes me a good half hour to hour of scrubbing. Anyone have any advice, tricks, or tips on how to get the job done faster?
Cleaning Stove Tops
I think most dollar stores sell oven cleaners that should work.
Short of that, many degreasers are cheaper then you'd think.
I really like using a carbon remover on pans. I think it increases their lifespan, because scouring takes off metal.
Propane fired high pressure water sprayers are awesome! If you buy one, you could make extra money hiring it out.