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  • Jonelle Romero

    Kitchen: How to Clean Drip Pans with Baking Soda and Boiling Water: Add ¼ cup baking soda to a pot of boiling water big enough to fit the drip pans into.Boil the drip pans for 15 minutes and remove from the pot carefully as they will be extremely hot.Scrub any residual grease away with a clean cloth. It should be loosened by the boiling and very easy to remove...we'll see if this works.

  • Karen Mosier

    Cleaning ideas

  • Cindy Ambanta

    Clean electric stove drip pans with Baking Soda, Cream of Tartar or Alka-Seltzer. How exciting!

  • Heather Hammond

    How to Clean Stove Burner Drip Pans | eHow.com

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How to Clean Drip Pans with Baking Soda and Boiling Water: Add ¼ cup baking soda to a pot of boiling water big enough to fit the drip pans into.Boil the drip pans for 15 minutes and remove from the pot carefully as they will be extremely hot.Scrub any residual grease away with a clean cloth. It should be loosened by the boiling and very easy to remove...we'll see if this works.

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