No Scrub Method for cleaning stove burner grates: Seal in a plastic bag with a little ammonia (doesn't need to cover grates). Let sit overnight and the ammonia fumes will break down burnt on grease, etc. Next day, wipe clean with sponge.
pour c ammonia into a large ziploc bag and place one stove drip pan into the bag. Seal and place outside overnight (so the fumes don't escape into your house). The next all you have to do is rinse an dry them off and your drip pans are good as new!
24 hours, three ingredients and very little elbow grease took my grungy burner drip pans from ugly to super clean the easy way. Some ammonia, a gallon zip lock bag for each drip pan and a Scotch bright sponge with a non stick pad on the back.
Clean Your Gas Cook Top Burner Grates Recipe - Genius Kitchen
Clean Your Gas Cook Top Burner Grates from Food.com: I had tried most everything to clean the porcelain enamel grates on my cooktop with little success. Then I read the use & care guide that came with the cooktop. How simple is this! NOTE: I used a plastic trash bag with a tie top. When entering this "recipe", a plastic bag wasn't recognized but a ziploc was. Ignore that "ingredient" ;-)
clean gas stove burners - Take about cup of ammonia and seal it up with one of the burners in a large ziploc bag. You only need a little ammonia in the bag. You are not trying to soak the burner… you just want to seal it up with the ammonia fumes.
This Is The Easiest Way To Clean Your Stove Burners
Cleaning Those Nasty Stove Burners! Seal each burner pan in a Ziploc bag with just a splash of ammonia poured into each. Use a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to rub off the last little bits of gunk.