Cleaning Stove Top Grates With Ammonia

Why Haven't I Been Cleaning My Stove Like This All My Life? ALL The Time I WASTED and Suffered! If you have a gas stove, you know just how difficult it can be to get all of the burnt on food that gets stuck all over your burners. But after you watch this short step by step cleaning tip video, you will never clean your stove the same way again. The simple cleaning tip to cleaning stove top grates with ammonia is using ammonia. While ammonia is not the greenest of cleaning solutions, you will be amazed at just how well it works. You don't even need to do a lot of scrubbing as the ammonia does all of the work for you. Your stovetop burner grates will look like new again, and this technique doesn't require a lot of scrubbing. Ammonia does an excellent job at cleaning stove top grates with ammonia, and it only takes a few simple things to get this cleaning project under way.

Ammonia is a cleaning solution that you will want to practice using safety with. That is because ammonia is classified as a toxic substance, so its really important that you read the information about this cleaning solution before you use it, especially if you have pets or small children in the house. It's important to use ammonia in a well-ventilated area, as you need to be careful not to breathe it in. Ammonia is a liquid substance that turns to gas when it hits the air, it has a toxic scent, that can burn your mucus membranes of the throat and nose, along with the eyes, when you breathe it in. So you should take the proper safety precautions before you use it, for your health and well-being. Make sure you wear a mask and even latex gloves when you are cleaning with this product.

This method would be great to use only once in a while; you don't want to be exposing yourself to this chemical all the time. Perfect for is you are cleaning your apartment before moving out of it or something along those lines, like if it has been building up for a long time and you need a quick solution. You can also use this cleaning method when you do your spring cleaning routine and when you want to get your stove top burner grates really clean. All you do is gather your supplies, your ammonia, and bags that will fit the burner grates. The individual burner grates are then placed in their individual bags and sprayed down with a mixture of ammonia. The Ziploc bag then gets sealed, with the ammonia and the stove grates inside, so that the ammonia can work its magic on the baked on food and grime. Make sure to wear some latex gloves when you use this cleaning trick so you can avoid getting any on your skin.

After about an hour or longer, you can then take the burner grates out of the plastic bag and give the grates a scrub with a scouring pad, and you will be surprised at just how easily the gunk comes off with only a light brushing. You really won't believe the video when you see it. Never before has it been so easy to clean these grates that are usually so hard to clean. You'll want to try cleaning stove top grates with ammonia; you might even try cleaning your baking pans with this easy cleaning tips. Just remember always to be careful when using ammonia and keep it out of reach of small children and pets. *