Oven Cleaners

Industrial Consumer

Avoid heavy cleaning by using foil on oven bottoms (steering clear of vents and heating elements), and clean spills as soon as possible.  To clean, use either safer degreasers or baking soda mixed with two tablespoons salt and hot water. Let paste sit for 5 minutes and then use a scrub brush.


United Labs Liquid Sunshine Heavy Duty Cleaner/Degreaser

United Laboratories Inc.
United Labs
When to Use

Multipurpose degreaser, metal cleaner, whiteboard cleaner, or for other heavy duty cleaning like ovens.  Dilute for jobs that are light (128:1),  medium (32 to 64:1), and heavy (10:1).

Product/Service Type




Info on this product category: Oven Cleaners

Why Go Green

Green cleaners on this site:

  • Have safer ingredients. Cleaning products often contain a variety of hazardous ingredients, including quaternary ammonium compounds, alkylphenol ethoxylates, 2-butoxyethanol, glycol ethers, and ethanolamine. These pose health hazards to workers and building occupants, as well as environmental hazards downstream.
  • Reduce waste, by emphasizing recycled and/or recyclable packaging.
  • Are sold as concentrates whenever possible, which means that shipping weight is 1/64 – 1/256 that of ready to use products - dramatically reducing fuel requirements for shipping.
  • Often use dilution systems to prevent exposure to concentrated products.
  • Cost roughly equivalent to conventional products (see our report).

Criteria for Oven Cleaners

Does not contain sodium or potassium hydroxide, ethanol amines, butoxyethanol, or glycol ethers. pH must be less than 11.

Last updated

Last updated: 
June 20, 2014