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Use Ammonia For Stove Drip Pans

This works great. I bought several sets of drip pans before I discovered this EASY way to do it.

Put your dirty drip pans in individual zip lock bags (1 drip pan in each bag) Put 3 tablespoons regular household ammonia and seal bag leave overnight. In the morning, simply wipe the dirty drip pans clean.

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This also works with electric burners. It's so easy and it's worked every time for me.

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By Dana from Katy, TX

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August 17, 20140 found this helpful

I tried this and after just a few hours the ammonia at through the bags :o( I only used a few tablespoons of ammonia too. I think something went wrong.

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April 2, 20190 found this helpful

Do you fill the bags with wster along with the ammonia?

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