Tips For Cleaning Stove Drip Pans: I Use Porcelain Ones
(Sioux City, Iowa, USA)
Debra has shared her tips for cleaning stove drip pans.
I use porcelain drip pans.
It is a costly investment but I do not have to replace them every four months like I had to with the metal versions.
I have had this set for five years.
When they need cleaning I wash them with dish soap.
If they are really bad I spray them with oven cleaner and put them in a small recycled bag.
I use ammonia some time as well.
I wet them down with the ammonia and some paper towels and put them in a recycled bag.
Thanks so much for your tips Debra.
There are actually a lot of uses for ammonia around your home, for cleaning, stain removal and more. I've collected quite a few of them at the link if you're interested.
So, I'd love to hear from others sharing their tips and tricks for how to clean stove drip pans, of both the metal and porcelain variety. You can click here to share your tips and I'll add them to the page.
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