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  • Jules

    Cleaning Stove Burners & Grates using Ammonia - - Cleaning gas stove burner grates easy and cheap.

  • Beth Wietor

    Cleaning stove grates If you ignore them, the stove burners and the grates can end up looking disgusting and nobody wants that in their kitchen. So what can you do? It’s simple actually. Clean the stove with ammonia. Take ¼ cup of ammonia and seal it up with one of the burners in a plastic bag. Let it sit overnight and then it should wipe clean with a sponge.{found on thevspotblog}. Ultimate Cleaning Tips & Tricks Guide: 31 Ideas For A Sparkling Home

  • L Torbett

    Ultimate Cleaning Tips & Tricks Guide: 31 Ideas For A Sparkling Home - clean burners with ammonia

  • Karissa

    an easy spring cleaning tip for one of the worst jobs in the house, appliances, cleaning tips, Take the disgusting yucky burner and seal it up in a big Ziploc type bag with about 1 4 cup of ammonia and let it sit overnight

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