Don’t scrub and struggle. Here are 6 easy hacks for cleaning your stove burners

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After you’ve spent all day cooking a delicious meal, the last thing you want to do is clean up the stove. But one look at your stove burners is enough to tell you that they’re going to require some serious scrubbing. Or are they?
If cleaning isn’t your favorite thing, you’re in luck. Here are six easy ways to clean stove burners with minimal to no scrubbing. Remove the burners from the stove, decide which method you want to use and you’ll have a clean stove in no time.

Ammonia (h/t One Good Thing)
Though the smell might steer you away from trying this one, soaking the stove burners in ammonia is one of the easiest ways to clean them. Use the method shown in the video below.

Vinegar and baking soda (h/t My Coastal Carolina Mommy)
It should come as no surprise that vinegar is one of the most effective ways to clean stove burners. This video shows how it works.

Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide (h/t Cleaning Tutorials)
If you don’t have vinegar, use hydrogen peroxide with baking soda to get stove burners clean.

Bar Keepers Friend (h/t I Dream of Clean)
If you have an electric stove, then you’ll have to unplug the burner coils before you remove them from the stove. Try the technique in the video below to get them clean.

Dish soap and baking soda (h/t Savor + Savvy)
For a cleaning solution that won’t make your whole house smell, you can create a paste using dish soap. See how this works in the video below.

Water and grill brush (h/t How to Clean Stuff)
If you’re dealing with rust on burners instead of just burnt-on food, then you’re going to need stronger tools. In the video below, see what a grill brush can do.

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