How do I clean burned on grease on my heating elements on my stove?
One way I have found to remove the baked-on grease on my stove burners is to use Scrubbing bubbles. You can normally find this in all stores and basically, it is used in the bathroom.
My second choice is to use powdered dishwashing detergent to clean the baked-on grease on my stovetop. Other things that I have found to work really well are Windex, white vinegar mixed with dish soap, oil believe it or not, and even ammonia if you can stand the smell and have a very open kitchen otherwise I would not use this one at all.
The first move is to remove the burners from the stove as water and electricity do not mix.
Find a good comfortable place to work as this will take some manual cleaning also. You may want to work on a counter top later so have some newspaper handy or a couple of old towels as this makes a mess.
Some people use soapy steel wool pads but I do not like these as the steel seems to stick in my fingers.
There are numerous ways to clean your stove parts but always remember to remove the elements from stove before using anything liquid.
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How do I clean baked grease on the back of a gas stove?
By Jack Burden from Boulder, CO
I learned this from my aunt. She uses oven cleaner for cleaning the top of her gas stove and it looks brand new.
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I have an old O'Keefe and Merritt Gas Stove. It has a grill and boiler, I need to clean under the grill.