Easy Stovetop Cleaning

For years, I've battled caramelization on my stove-top after frying food. One day while the stove-top was still warm, I sprinkled baking soda on the sticky, gummy mess. I gave it a few rubs with the dishrag and it came off without any elbow grease on my part. I was amazed.

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I always keep baking soda in the cabinet above my stove now. It's quick, clean, and it doesn't scratch the enamel surface. I've also used it to clean my sink.

By Susan Grooms B. from Millwood, GA

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