Smooth Top Stove Cleaner

Smooth Top Stove Cleaner created by diner524

This is an inexpensive and "green" way to clean your smooth top electric stove. Except for the lemon essential oil, it uses things you normally have around the house. Posted by Katy S on Everyday Cheapskate.

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  • Combine one cup of water and one cup white vinegar in a spray bottle. Add 10 drops of lemon essential oil. Shake well.
  • Sprinkle the baking soda directly on any stuck on food that spilled while cooking. Then spray the baking soda with the vinegar mixture.
  • Wait until the baking soda stops fizzing and wipe clean, using the texture of the powder to scour off the grease. Repeat as needed until you've taken care of any tough spots.
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"This is an inexpensive and "green" way to clean your smooth top electric stove. Except for the lemon essential oil, it uses things you normally have around the house. Posted by Katy S on Everyday Cheapskate."

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  1. Bobbie Larsen
    how do you get melted plastic off smooth top stove?
  2. Bobbie Larsen
    How do you clean melted plastic from smooth tp oven?
  3. Artandkitchen
    This worked much better than expected! I used this method to clean the grid of the oven after have been used many times for broiling my veggies. I placed the grid on the stove top, dusted with baking soda with a sieve and spraying the diluted vinegar. To remove the crust I used a new scrub-sponge and this worked very well.
  4. Charmie777
    This was a spur of the moment use, so I didn't have any of the lemon essential oil, but next time I'll try some. This worked great without it though!! I used a magic eraser type sponge and it worked so well. And I loved that I wasn't using chemicals on my stove!
  5. Mamas Kitchen Hope
    Seemed to do a job job on the stuck on stuff but left a haze that took several wipes to get rid of and lots of elbow grease. Did I use too much baking soda?
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