How to Clean Stove Top and Oven with Branch Basics

By Marilee Nelson |

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Branch Basics makes cleaning your kitchen appliances easy!


What you'll need:

- All-Purpose Spray

- Oxygen Boost

- Microfiber cloth

How to Clean a Stove Top:

Step 1: Spray All-Purpose directly onto the stovetop

Step 2: Let the product sit for at least 15 seconds

Step 3: Wipe with microfiber cloth

For burnt food or tougher areas:

Step 1: Spray All-Purpose directly on problem area

Step 2: Sprinkle Oxygen Boost on top of the spray

Step 3: Spray again to wet the Oxygen Boost

Step 4: Let the spray and Oxygen Boost sit for 5-10 minutes

Step 5: Scrub clean

For stoves with grates:

Step 1: Remove grates, spray with All-Purpose and wipe down. You can also soak the grates with All-Purpose.

Watch our step-by-step tutorial on YouTube!


Typical oven cleaners are toxic (even the fume-free ones) and the self-cleaning option is usually stinky, hot, and ineffective. Here’s our non-toxic solution!

What you'll need:

- All-Purpose Spray

- Oxygen Boost

- Scrub brush

- Dry rag

How to Clean Stove:

Step 1: Preheat the oven at the lowest temperature (not over 100 degrees) for a few minutes and turn it off.

Step 2: Spray oven walls liberally with All-Purpose Spray.

Step 3: For stubborn areas and burnt areas, mix a little Oxygen Boost with water and scrub onto the tough parts. Spray and agitate with a brush until soapy.

Step 4: Let sit a minimum of 15 minutes to overnight. Apply more spray if it has dried too much before scrubbing.

Step 5: Then, dry with a paper towel or dry rag.

Step 6: For racks, spray with All-Purpose, let sit and then scrub with a brush or soak in warm soapy water, and scrub clean.

Step 7: Repeat if necessary.

Marilee Nelson

Marilee Nelson

Marilee Nelson is an Environmental Toxins expert who has spent nearly 30 years advocating for the chemically-sensitive and chronically-ill. She is a Board Certified Nutritionist, Certified Bau-Biologist and Bau-Biology Inspector and specializes in Food As Medicine. She has helped thousands of families and individuals identify, heal and recover from toxic exposures and is on a mission to revolutionize the way American families view their health.