Subscribe To Our Posts

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Clean Your Stove Burners and Grates

See what is cooking. Yep it is my stove burner grates out in the sun. You can see the post on the easy way to get the black caked on stuff off here.


I stumbled upon an easier way to get the built up gunk off of your burners by accident. One day I had put a bunch of cleanser on my stove burners with some water and then had to leave the house. When I got home the cleanser and water had ate off most all of the burned on stuff. I light scrubbing removed the rest.
So cover with cleanser, enough water to liquefy and let sit for a couple of hours.


Look at how clean that stove burner is now.



8 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Great tip. You can also put them in a zip lock bag and it works really well to if you have the drip pans. Hugs, Marty

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

P. S. This would be fabulous to link up to Inspire Me party that is ongoing, this is an inspiring tip. Hugs, Marty

Dawn said...

I have a black top on my stove and I thought it would be great because it wouldn't show if anything was on it. Boy was I wrong it shows every spec of dust. Don't think I will own another black one. Yours looks so clean and shinny. Great way to clean.

martinealison said...

Il est vrai que ce n'est pas facile de nettoyer tout ça!...
Je suis si heureuse d'avoir depuis quelques années des plaques à induction.
Gros bisous

Michelle said...

When I was younger I worked cleaning trailer rentals. We use to put the oven racks and stove pieces in the bath tub with ammonia and the powdered Spic and Span. It was amazing. I am glad to know I don't need the Spic and Span since it is hard to find now a days.

bettyj said...

found your blog thru Tammy's Sun Porch Chat. Will be a reader/follower

Carol said...

My cooktop is gas & has a center-thingy where the flame comes out, so I'll have to be careful not to get too close to that, but this sounds like a great idea! I always used to do the burner grates in a plastic bag with ammonia, but had forgotten all about that slick trick. Thanks for the reminder!

Jeni IGOTTHISMARTHA said...

I really need to do this! Thanks!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...