To clean stove burner grates, soak them in warm, soapy water, and scrub with a non-metal soap pad, rinse the grates well, and seal each grate in a plastic bag with a 1/2 cup of household ammonia. Wait overnight, and rins... More »

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To clean stove grates, spray the grates with oven cleaner, and allow the cleaner to sit for several hours before you wash the grates. You need newspaper, oven cleaner, liquid dish detergent and a sponge. More »

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Stove top grates should be replaced when there is an accumulation of rust that can't be removed, the structural integrity of the grate is compromised by cracks and other wear, or the grate has become warped. Cast iron st... More »

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Stove top grates should be replaced when there is an accumulation of rust that can't be removed, the structural integrity of the grate is compromised by cracks and other wear, or the grate has become warped. Cast iron st... More »

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Remove caked-on grease and other debris from gas stone grates quickly and efficiently using grease-fighting dish soap, non-abrasive cleanser, a nylon scrubbing pad and plenty of hot water. Cleaning can be undertaken with... More »

To clean a stone fireplace, vacuum it, scrub the stone with soap and water, rinse it thoroughly, dry it with a towel, and replace the grate. This 45-minute process requires drop cloths, rubber gloves, a bucket, liquid so... More »

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The best way to clean an electric stove is to remove the burners, rinsing them with mild dish soap and water followed by scrubbing the stove top with dish soap and a warm sponge. Tough residue and stains are removed by s... More »

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