It can be hard to tackle a baked-on, caked-on mess in the kitchen, but one product promises to wipe it all away like magic. Dutch Glow Cleaning Tonic is put to the test on Does It Work Wednesday.

It's made by the Amish, and promises to be non-abrasive, biodegradable and non-toxic. It also comes with a scrubbing pad.

To put this product through its paces, Central Market Cooking School's Chef Vance will help with the test by using it on the mess in the kitchen.

Directions say to dilute one fluid ounce of concentrate to 15 ounces of water. One bottle of this concentrate makes eight bottles of cleaner. By the way, the packing does not state what it is made of.

The stove is covered with messy, baked-on grease, so we spray that first. We let it sit for a few minutes, then start to scrub it clean.

"This seems more like it's my elbow grease than the tonic that's getting it to come clean," Chef Vance said.

It takes a little while but years of built-up grease finally slides off and a mostly shiny surface is revealed.

Next test is on a pan coated with burned-on food.

After a few minutes, and a good scrub down, the pan is clean and ready to use once again.

"I was expecting we'd have to soak this thing overnight and call y'all back next Wednesday," Chef Vance said.

This product is ok, but it won't work cleaning miracles, unless you're ready to use plenty of elbow grease.

Chef Vance Gives Dutch Glow Cleaning Tonic a thumb in the middle.

"It could have done better, but it did a lot," Chef Vance said.

You can find Dutch Glow Cleaning Tonic at Fry's. It costs about $15.

It's made by the Amish, and promises to be non-abrasive, biodegradable and non-toxic. It also comes with a scrubbing pad.