24 hours, three ingredients and very little elbow grease took my grungy burner drip pans from ugly to super clean the easy way. Find out how at thegardeningcook.com/easy-drip-pan-and-burner-cleaning

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OMG this so totally works...no more buying new drip pans for me!!!!

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Cleaning stove burner pans: Place each pan and burner in a large ziploc bag (one bag per item) add 1/4 cup ammonia to bag (no need to soak burner); close bag, leave outside on porch overnight. In the morning, simply rinse the gunk away! For extra stubborn stains, make a paste with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide & scrub.

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Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners!

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How to clean stove burners with vinegar and baking soda - Minimal effort

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One if my biggest pet leaves of my home...maybe problem solved?! we will see!! How to clean your stove top - my household nemesis.

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Might have to give this a try- Not sure if the fumes would be better or worse than the nasty high power spray chemical I have now.  How to clean stove drip pans - with WD-40!-want to try this

Might have to give this a try- Not sure if the fumes would be better or worse than the nasty high power spray chemical I have now. How to clean stove drip pans - with WD-40!-want to try this

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Cleaning burner pans - each burner pan sealed in a ziploc bag with just a splash of ammonia poured into each; let stand 24 hours; wipe dry; 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.

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It's about time I clean my burner pans again! I just love this method, I hardly have to scrub at all :-)

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INEXPENSIVE CLEANING SECRET: a little water or vinegar will lift even the most stubborn stains; cleans grout, mold & mildew stains, burner pans, porcelain tubs; also nature's bleaching agent. It is an acid, but is not harmful. Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide to clean aluminum pans, rusty drains or stains. Add lemon juice to COT to clean copper. Add glycerin with few tsp COT & makes spray-&-wash fabric stain remover. | best stuff

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