Never worry about exposing your food-prep areas to harsh cleaning products again!
Everyone dreads cleaning their stovetops. It's a magnet for every kind of grime. From grease to cooked-on grit and water stains, it can be very difficult to find a cleaner that can do the job.
Even more difficult is sourcing a product that can cut through your stove dirt, that doesn't have harsh chemicals.
Luckily, there is an extremely handy trick that can get your stovetop spick and span, using no heavy chemicals. And the good thing is, you can find everything you need in your kitchen pantry.
Originally posted to the Mums Who Clean Facebook group, this little hack is a must-know. The only two things required are bicarb and dishwashing soap.
To begin, cover your stovetop in a liberal layer of bicarb. Then, take as many tea towels or clothes as you need to cover your stovetop and soak them in a mixture of boiling water and a squirt of detergent. Then, lay them over the surface overnight.
In the morning, remove the towels and gently wipe away any residue to reveal sparkling clean results.
Members of the group were commenting and tagging each other, excited to give the cleaning hack a go.
"Amazing. I'm gonna do this tonight," wrote one cleaning mum.
Another commented: "Wow! I'll have to give it a go."
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