Cadie Baked-On Grease Remover powerfully attacks cooked-on food and grease build up. It works on electric skillets, griddles, ovens, pots and pans and many other such items including stainless steel and porcelain. Directions for use, however, of Cadie Baked-On Grease Remover must be followed exactly because of the potency of the chemicals that make the product work so well. Containing chemicals such as ammonia and lye, when using, rubber gloves are a must. The liquid can be poured or wiped directly on the surface to be cleaned and left for up to 30 minutes, depending on the level of the residue. Rinsing with soap and warm water will remove Cadie Baked-On Grease Remover, leaving a clean surface. If the cooked-on material is particularly dense, a second application might be necessary. It is important to keep this product away from children and pets as well as painted walls, for the fumes will dissolve the paint. The bottle has clear instructions should the solution be swallowed because it is quite poisonous.
Cadie Baked-On Grease Remover is as remarkable as it is dangerous. I have been able to make cookie sheets with years of baked-on grease look almost like new. It is not, however, suitable for aluminum or chrome. Since the fumes are harmful, I make sure there is good ventilation where I use it. Surprisingly, I found a use for it, though, in an unusual place: motor oil on the cement garage floor. I poured it on the grime, swished it around the spot, left it for 30 minutes and then rinsed. Nearly all the grease came up with the first application!
I recommend Cadie Baked-On Grease Remover on kitchen cookware, but also anywhere grease of any sort has built up . . . but with care!