Now that your oven is clean, there’s one more kitchen item you might have overlooked: the stove top grates.
It doesn’t take long for your stove top grates to become coated with grease, grime and food. To help remove the build-up, here are three methods that will have your grates sparkling in no time - depending on how dirty they are.
Spray grates with vinegar and leave for 10 minutes before wiping off. However, this method is best for maintenance and removing light grease stains.
Tougher stains can be removed by soaking the grates in water and detergent. Coat the burners in a paste made from bi-carb soda and leave for 20 minutes. Scrub and rinse thoroughly.
Finally, for stains that just won’t budge, place the burner grate in a snap lock bag with ¼ cup of ammonia. Leave overnight and rinse.