Cleaning stove grates with ammonia: I used 1/4 cup of ammonia per grate. So 1/4 times 4. If your grate will fit in a ziplock baggie, that is even better. Mine were too large so I put all four of them in a big garbage bag along with my ammonia. Tied it up, and let it sit over night in the laundry room. Also, recommended to put bag outdoors on a warm sunny day.
Grout-Regular spraying with lemon juice, vinegar or alcohol keeps mold and mildew at bay. to clean, use 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar - throw in a spray bottle and spray your floor, let it sit for a minute or two... then scrub by Ilona Braica
Pour and spread on a thick coat of baking soda.Next, pour about 1 tablespoon of peroxide in each ring. You want enough to wet the baking soda but not drench it.Let sit for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, begin scrubbing away the grime.For tough areas, use a knife to loosen the grime.Spray with your All-Purpose cleaner and wipe clean and dry.
Remove Rust Spots from Knives and Silverware with Lemon Juice