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  • Ladabodi77

    Clean stove burners by slipping them inside a ziploc bag with 1/4 cup ammonia, leave outside overnight and voila... Clean burners without scrubbing!!

  • Merla Sauwen

    Cleaning Stove Burners and Grates and many other cleaning ideas.

  • Phedre de Montreve

    Clean stove burners, remove showerhead buildup, and other household tips and tricks

  • Jade Cabrero

    great cleaning tips, base housing cleaning crews LOVE amonia!

  • Keeley Emerson

    Clean stove burners w ammonia! I needed this cleaning tip last week...

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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..

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