In place of harsh chemicals, use baking soda and a toothbrush to clean a stove. Get more tips on cleaning stoves without chemicals in this free video from a professional home organizer about cleaning kitchens.
Hi, I'm Ann Myrick, and today, I'm going to show you how to clean a stove top, with natural products. I was just cleaning that pan. What we want to do is, I'm going to be using baking soda today. Baking soda is a great natural product to use, so what I'm going to do, is first sprinkle this on top, of the enamel stove, and I'm just going to make some circular motions, and while I do that, and I'm going to let that set for a minute. I'm going to come back over. Now, I put a little bit harsher powder on the drip pan, because there was a lot of burns, and a lot of drips, so I'm soaking some of the pans, and then I'm going to take each pan out, and just really put elbow grease to it, and then with fresh clean water, before I come back with the sponge, any around my rims, where there might be some grease, I can use my toothbrush. Toothbrushes are great, because they get in all those little nooks and crannies, and then with clean water, rinse your cup, and just go all around the stove area, and then once you're happy with the way your drip pans look, you can put them back into the holes, so with the baking soda, after you sprinkle it on, and let it set, you just rinse it off with the sponge, and that is how you clean a stove, without harsh chemicals. This is Ann Myrick. Thanks.
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