Cleaning Removable Stove Burners Originally Posted By Z And G's Mom

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Cleaning removable stove burners originally posted by Z and G's Mom

originally posted by Z and G's Mom

Place stove burners into large ziploc bags and pour in 1 cup ammonia. Seal bag and place inside another ziploc bag. (Ammonia is really STINKY!)

Place on a flat surface OUTSIDE if possible!

Leave overnight.

All the gunk and grime should wipe right off!
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Old 03-09-2012, 07:10 PM

RE: Cleaning removable stove burners originally posted by Z and G's Mom

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