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  • Heather Nelson

    CLEAN STOVE BURNER PANS!! CLEAN YOUR 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.

  • Joan Belles

    Simplest way to clean burners. Put about 1/4 c. ammonia in a gallon Ziplock bag with a burner pan or gas stove burner. Let it sit overnight and wipe it clean with a sponge the next day. Simple as that. The burner does NOT need to soak. The fumes alone loosen the grime. Easy and cheap!

  • Debbie Florimonte

    Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners! burner pan sealed in a ziploc bag with just a splash of ammonia poured into each. Let sit 24hrs. Then 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

  • Michelle Sears

    Clean stove burners with ammonia in a plastic bag

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