Arm & Hammer Baking Soda.
To clean burner rings, fill a large pot with water, add two
tablespoons Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, drop in the burner rings,
place on the stove, and bring to a boil. Let cool and then rinse the
burner rings clean.
Cascade. To clean
stove top burner drip pans, fill the kitchen sink with very hot
water, add one-half cup Cascade dishwasher detergent, and let the
pans soak for a few minutes in the solution.
Efferdent. Are the
drip pans under your stove top burners all gunked up? Fill the
kitchen sink with water, drop in two to four Efferdent denture
cleansing tablets, let the pans soak in the blue solution for one
hour, and rinse clean.
Parsons’ Ammonia and Glad
Trash Bags. To clean burner rings and drip pans, put the
pieces in a Glad Trash Bag, pour in two cups Parsons’ Ammonia, tie
the bag securely shut, and leave it outside for several hours. The
ammonia fumes loosen grease and grime from the rings and pans. Open
the bag out doors, keeping your face away from the fumes. Rinse the
ammonia off the rings with a garden hose and then bring the items
back inside to wash thoroughly.