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Cleaning Porcelain Stove Grates

To get stove top grates clean, place in a large plastic bag or sealable container with some ammonia. Close up the the bag or container and wait several hours. The grates will be easy to clean. Remember to exercise safety precautions when using ammonia.

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By Sherry Johnson from Dallas, TX

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July 20, 20130 found this helpful

I tried the 1/4 cup of ammonia in a gallon size storage resealable bag with the grates inside overnight and it actually works! I will not wait as long to clean the grates from now on since I have this solution. It's unbelieveable! Thanks forever to whoever came up with this idea.

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