Cleaning gas stove burners

My gas burners on my stove are attached up and down with two burners on each side. How can I clean them and get all the burned grease off?
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 08, 2016
    What have you tried so far?

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    • Kathy Bitzan Kathy Bitzan on Jun 09, 2016
      You can also try baking soda with peroxide works also. Then maybe ammonia if you can soak them for awhile.

  • Johnchip Johnchip on Jun 09, 2016
    Those round soft metal scrubbies for pots and pans work real well on build up on metals.

  • Patti Nicholas Patti Nicholas on Jun 09, 2016
    I encounter this problem daily with my company, we handle it with a paste of baking soda and soap, we prefer a vegetable based soap (like Castile) but dish soap will work. Vinegar is an acid, baking soda is alkaline so they cancel each other out as far as cleaning, vinegar is good for neutralizing and rinsing the baking soda away. Cover with the paste and let it sit for a while, the soap will soften the grease and the baking soda is a mild abrasive for scrubbing it away. Use a dry, scrubbing sponge, (once it's wet it's too soft ) and a stiff toothbrush or if its really bad step up to a nylon brush (you can get a set of three brushes at hardware stores or even the dollar store. One is nylon, one is stainless and one is brass these are invaluable for cleaning). Any parts that can be removed should be soaked in very hot soapy water. You may need to do this several times, but have patience and keep at it. One stove we cleaned actually took working on it one day a week for several weeks, it's still a point of pride to everyone who worked on it and the owner shows it off to everyone.