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  • Adrienne Welchance

    FOOL PROOF way to clean burners and burner pans. Best cleaning tip ever posted on Pinterest.

  • Karen Kirk

    Cleaning stove burners and pans! No scrubbing! Less than 24 hours later with NO SCRUBBING INVOLVED, the cleanest my stove top and burner pans have EVER been! Used 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.

  • Tara Nelson-Ulness

    Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners! Giving this post a "bump" up in my blog because I used this method again yesterday to clean my burner pans (which thankfully weren't as nasty as the FIRST time because this time I actually knew how to clean them once they STARTED getting nasty!) Once again I was AMAZED at how WELL IT WORKS and at how EASY IT IS! For those of you who haven't tried it....you simply MUST. Period. One of the best tips I've ever found on Pinterest...and that's saying a LOT! This time along with the burner pans I put the actually BURNERS in too. (Yes, my stove is an electric dinosaur.) No surprise....they came out GREAT! ==================================== ==================================== (Original post: August 8, 2011) I have 3 words for you today: BEFORE.....and.....AFTER These were my stove burner pans on Saturday.  I know.....NASTY!  What can I say?  I cook...a LOT! Can you can tell which burner I use the most??? This shows each burner pan sealed in a ziploc bag with just a splash of ammonia poured into each. The same burner pans...less than 24 hours later!   The pictures speak for themselves.... BEFORE                AND                                              AFTER I read this blog post over at The V Spot on Friday....decided to try this cleaning "trick" on Saturday, and you can see the results from Sunday!  Less than 24 hours later with NO SCRUBBING INVOLVED, the cleanest my stove top and burner pans have EVER been! The ONLY thing I did in addition to what Vivienne at The V Spot did was used 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. I was HIGHLY SKEPTICAL of this....but figured I'd tried everything else under the sun to get these things clean with no success...might as well give this one a whirl.  SO glad I did!  Now it's YOUR TURN....I dare you to prove me wrong! :-)

  • Cindy Gailey Vasquez

    Cleaning stove burners and pans! No scrubbing! One of the best tips I've ever found on Pinterest! Basically you seal them in a plastic bag with a splash of ammonia for 24 hours. Finish cleaning any spots left with a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Rinse well. Voila!

  • Melinda Baker

    Clean stove burners and pans by putting them overnight in gallon ziplock bags with 1/4 c ammonia. Seriously one of the best Pinterest cleaning tips I've ever tried. My burner pans went from setting off the smoke detector dirty (don't judge- I'm busy taking care of a toddler and a 2 month old) to sparkling almost-like-new clean, with maybe 5 mins scrubbing with steel wool max. Amazing!

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