Oven & Hob Cleaner

by Ecover
Code
00171420000428
Size:500ml
R131.95
-+

Overview

  • Tackles burnt-on food
  • Ingredients inspired by bees
  • Made in clean, green factories 

Ingredients

5-15%: Non-ionic Surfactants. <5%: Perfume (Limonene). Others: Water, Alcohol denat., Sodium citrate, Glyceryl caprylate, Lactic acid. 

Warnings

Always test on an inconspicuous area before use to ensure compatibility. ?Keep out of the reach of children. 

Directions

?Allow surfaces and pans to cool before cleaning. Oven and hobs: Spray onto surfaces. Leave for one minute. Wipe with a sponge or cloth. Rinse with water. For dishes, pots and pans: Spray onto surface and leave to work. Wash as usual and rinse with water.

Dietary Summary

  • Cruelty Free
 

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