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How to Clean Electric Stove Drip Pans

by Michele M. Howard
As you might suspect, electric stove drip pans are designed to catch any drips and spills while you cook. A light scrub every day can easily clean up the small mishaps, but for weeks-old, built-up, burned-on spills, a different cleaning process with specific products may be required. Bringing the dr...
Jenny Salsich
Jenny Salsich • 1 year ago

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