Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Cleaning Stove Top Drip Pans In Two Easy Steps

Cleaning stop top drip pans. I'm pretty sure this is a universal job that every ones dreads! They just get so nasty and dirty and scrubbing them clean is quite the challenge! However, I'd found something that makes it so much easier than what I was doing before! Baking soda and vinegar!!

Yes, I'm sharing my disgusting drip pans on my blog! However I'm pretty sure anyone that cooks has a stove that looks similar to mine. I know Levi is way cuter to look at so he'll be back soon! 

Step One: Place your drip pans (I do this one at a time) in a large pot and cover it with water. Add a generous splash of vinegar and simmer for 20 mins. 

Step Two: Dump the hot water and your drip pan into the sink. Let your drip pan cool off a bit and then add a little more baking soda and scrub away with an abrasive scrubber

You'll have your drip pan looking *almost* like new!! Ok, maybe I'm dreaming when I say "like new" but they do look so much better!! 

And if that process doesn't work you can always buy new drip pans on Amazon for under $20. Win win! 

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