To find out How To Clean Grease Off Kitchen Surfaces we decided to find a really greasy kitchen. And where better than a fish and chop shop.
Pete’s Chippery – Nuneaton
“After speaking to Neil the shop manager, we agreed to undertake a deep clean exercise on Sunday morning before he opened for trade that day. We arrived at 10 am and unloaded our products as Pete dismantled parts of his range ready for cleaning. We wet our cleaning cloths and applied the powder so we could remove the oil build-up. With a little elbow grease to move the initial layer, then a second wipe, the results were amazing. The surface was then dried. We then applied our conditioning spray giving a fantastic sparkle and more importantly the protective barrier that deflects the day to day splashes which can then be easily removed. Neil expressed his gratitude and agreed the range was good as new and said “even professional deep clean companies he had used before could not deliver such a finish and they charged hundreds of pounds for this service.”
Petrou Brothers – Chatteris
One half of the famous frying duo, Mark Petrou tested QUEAN CLEAN at his award-winning site in West Park street. “How easy it was to make my display heaters look like new again impressed me. I thought that the only way they could be cleaned was either with a chisel, a powerful chemical or by paying expensive specialists. Not only were the QUEAN CLEAN instructions easy to follow, but the end results were also pleasing too. The aerosol spray is one of those products that you love to use because of it’s instant results. It makes all your stainless steel look pristine!” The QUEAN CLEAN system is manufactured in the UK and is not available yet in all the usual fish and chip trade suppliers.