Monday, January 23, 2012

Does it work?

I'm always looking for a short cut when it come to cleaning. After working all day and then coming home and being the care giver for Kenneth, I need help!!!  So when I saw on pintrest a no scrub method for cleaning the burner drip pans on your stove ( On Good Thing by Jillee).  Since my stove got a beating over the holidays I thought I would give her method my own does it work challenge.  Here's my results.........

Take one pretty bad looking drip pan.  This one  has seen a lot of cook'n!

Next you will need  a gallon Ziploc bag and some ammonia.
Place the drip pan in the Ziploc bag.  Pour in a splash of ammonia and zip up the bag.  Let is set over night.

I think it worked pretty well.  This pan is more than 7 years old and the paint is dull. BUT there isn't any crusty stuff on it, no ruined manicure or split nails!!!!!  All I did was use dish washing soap to wash the ammonia off!
I hope you will give it a try!  thanks Jillee for the great tip!

I think I will link up to the following parties.....

Metamorphosis Monday


  1. WOW! I am really impressed. Lets call Andy Wise :) I think you can get 7 more years out of that drip pan now.

  2. Thanks for sharing this tip.
    I need a link to my party added. Thanks.

    1. Oops! You looked before I updated my post! Thanks for hosting the party!