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I'm going to change your life today. (Well, your stove top at least.) Don’t you judge me! I cook. A lot. These were my stove burner/grates. Yep. They were so bad that I am almost embarrassed to put a watermark on this photo. You cook... oil and grease spatter... they get heated and reheated and then pretty soon you have a disgusting coating that will not. scrub. off. ever. What to do...? Stop. Scrubbing. Remember
The V Spot: Cleaning Stove Burners & Grates using Ammonia (The best, easiest, cheapest way EVER.)
22 things you are doing wrong. There are several of these things that I do right! Surprise! Like cleaning the blender, keeping chips fresh and peeling pomegranates. How about you? Any of these things you already knew about?
How to Clean Stove-Top grates Here is another cleaning tip, brought to you by my boring old self! Ammonia. It's a dollar. Here's what you do: Put grates into plastic baggie, pour 1/4 cup ammonia into bag. Close tight, set in pan (in case it leaks) ...
Cleaning Stove Burners & Grates using Ammonia (The best, easiest, cheapest way EVER.) » The V Spot
Pour and spread on a thick coat of baking soda.Next, pour about 1 tablespoon of peroxide in each ring. You want enough to wet the baking soda but not drench it.Let sit for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, begin scrubbing away the grime.For tough areas, use a knife to loosen the grime.Spray with your All-Purpose cleaner and wipe clean and dry.
To clean stove burners: Take about 1/4 cup of ammonia and seal it up with one of the burners in a large ziploc bag. You don't need to soak them, it's the fumes that break down the stains..