Sverige2
Sverige2
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Asked on May 21, 2019

How to clean electric stove top drip pans for top of stove?

Kate SullivanLinda SikutLynn Sorrell
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Used cream of tarter & something. Put on microwave and worked awesome! No scrubbing necessary! Want to pass on , but can’t find “how to”. Any help? Thanks

4 answers
  • Em
    on May 21, 2019

    Here's the Step by Step Process

    1. Remove burners, lift out the drip pans and shake them into the sink or into a garbage bag to get rid of any loose gunk.
    2. Spray down the stove drip pans. ...
    3. Combine dish soap and baking soda in a 1:1 ratio in a small bowl. ...
    4. Apply the mixture to your drip pans generously.

    More items... How to Clean Electric Stove Drip Pans & Burners Easily & Naturally


    https://savorandsavvy.com/2013/09/how-to-clean-drip-pans-naturally.html


  • Lynn Sorrell
    on May 21, 2019

    Step 1

    Pour 2 tbsp. of cream of tartar onto the burnt pot or pan.

    Step 2

    Pour 1 tbsp. of vinegar or lemon juice over the cream of tartar.

    Step 3

    Mix the liquid and cream of tartar together to make a paste, adding more liquid as necessary.

    Step 4

    Scrub the bottom of your pan with a scrubbing sponge or dishcloth and cream of tartar paste to remove the mess. Rinse with hot water.

    Step 5

    Pour 2 tbsp. of cream of tartar into the bottom of the pan if the mess still remains.

    Step 6

    Add 1/2 cup of vinegar or lemon juice and 1 quart of water to cream of tartar.

    Step 7

    Put the pot or pan with cream of tartar mixture onto the stove and turn heat to high until the mixture boils.

    Step 8

    Boil the cream of tartar mixture in the pan for 10 minutes.

    Step 9

    Cool the cream of tartar mixture and the pan, and scrub the bottom until the mess is removed. Repeat as necessary.



  • Linda Sikut
    on May 21, 2019

    Hi Sverige2,

    The recipe and method are on this website. There are a few other ideas there as well. The Cream of Tartar one is the 4th one down. Wishing you the best.

    https://www.thriftyfun.com/tf/CleaningGroup/Appliances/Cleaning-Your-Burner-s-Drip-Pans.html

  • Kate Sullivan
    on May 24, 2019

    I buy oven cleaner - not to clean my oven (it's self-cleaning) - but specifically for my drip pans! Remove drip pans from stove. Spray each to cover with foam. Stack and seal in a plastic bag for about an hour. The "gunk just rinses off.

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