Before I show you how to clean gas stove burners, I’m going to share with you my Pinterest problems. I keep seeing all these little concoctions and tricks to clean stuff at home so I have started trying some to see if they really work. The first was using the Clorox stick on grout this is the pic that showed me the results:
So I tried it…Big Fail! It looked no different after than it did before, I let it sit for 30 minutes. Have you ever tried something on Pinterest and it’s been a total fail? I’m glad if this worked for that person but my house is 15 years old and any sealant that was on my grout is long gone.
Next task, clean my gas stone burners. I could not wait to try this great idea from The V Spot Blog :
My burners were way nastier than hers, but boy did this ever work, I am a total convert. This is my before, I know embarrassing, but I would put them through the dishwasher or soak them in hot soapy water and nothing worked.
This is my after, not spic and span but wow what an improvement. Using her advice all the crud was gone and they were smooth and shiny. This is a must do and totally works.
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