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CLEAN STOVE BURNER PANS!! Place each burner pan sealed in a ziploc bag with just a splash of ammonia poured into each. Let set overnight. Then rinse and dry! Also you can use a little paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to rub off some last little bits of gunk that needed the tiniest bit of elbow grease to get off. As a matter of fact, I think the baking soda/peroxide paste actually "polished" them a little and restored some of their original shine.

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How to Clean Those Dirty Electric Cookstove Burner Drip Pans

How to clean stove burner pans with baking soda or vinegar...

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How To Clean Burnt Pots and Pans ~ Natural Cleaning Trick

How to Clean Burn Pots and Pans the Natural Way

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Clean Stove Burners and Grates Effortlessly with Ammonia

How to clean stove burners and grates. The best, easiest, cheapest way EVER!

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Cleaning Stove Burners & Grates using Ammonia (The best, easiest, cheapest No-Scrub way EVER

Easy!

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Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners!

easy way to clean stove burners

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Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners!

Cleaning Those Nasty Burner Pans!

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Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners!

Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners!One Good Thing by Jillee | One Good Thing by Jillee

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My Kitchen Miracle Cleaner!

Miracle Cleaner: I put about 1/4 cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste.  Then I rub it on the offending dirt/stain/grease...

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Drip Pan and Burner Cleaning Using Household Ammonia

These three ingredients are all you need for effortless burner drip pan cleaning. Find out how at thegardeningcook.com/easy-drip-pan-and-burner-cleaning

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How To Clean That Greasy Stove Hood Filter

How to clean your stove's exhaust fan filter. Truly disgusting to see all the grease come off it!!! But works wonderfully well!!!

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NEW Life for OLD Cookie Sheets!

How to clean your cookie sheets--Kitchen "Miracle" Cleaner! You put about 1/4 cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Then you rub it on the offending dirt/stain/grease... whatever! You can usually just use your fingers...but you can also use a small sponge at times as well.

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10 recipes for cleaning green

2 part hydrogen peroxide to 1 part Dawn (original blue) will take the stains out of almost ANYTHING...even if they're old stains! // Mix in a spray bottle and use as a stain remover spray- must try this!

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Secret to Cleaning Gunky Kitchen Cabinets

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Throw up carpet cleaner. Every mother and pet owner needs this. (One of those you hope not to ever need, but you know you will...) I'll be glad I pinned this one day...

To get rid of the nasty black gunk in your drain: 1. Put a pot of water to boil. 2. Meanwhile pour baking soda down the drain. Baking soda has the ability to neutralize fatty acids so it will work and eating away the grime while you are waiting for the water to boil. 3. Once the water has reached a rolling boil remove it from the stove and pour it down the drain. 4. Let the water and baking soda work at decomposing and sterilizing the grime for 10 minutes. 5. After 10 minutes has…

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Easy Homemade Oven Cleaner

Ammonia seems to be my new best cleaning friend to do the final cleaning when we move out.

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Homemade Bleach Recipe for Whiter Clothes

whiten clothes with all natural homemade bleach

This long-forgotten gem of a cleaning agent may be used with a little water or vinegar to lift even the most stubborn stains. Unattractive grout driving you batty? Mold and mildew stains got you reaching for the Prozac? Burner pans and casserole dishes giving you fits? Cream of Tartar is your new best friend.