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Clean Stove Burners and Grates Effortlessly with Ammonia

Those greasy, food-splattered stove burners are gruesome and a real chore to try to scrub clean. With an overnight soak of cheap ammonia, however, that thick coating of crud comes off like nothing, writes Vivienne at the V Spot blog.
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Place the burner in a ziploc bag, add a small amount of ammonia. Seal the bag and let it sit overnight.