- Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. To clean grease splatters from the wall behind the stove, make a paste from Arm & Hammer Baking Soda and water, apply the paste to the wall, let stand for one hour, and rinse clean.
- Bon Ami. To clean a stovetop, sprinkle Bon Ami on the area to be cleaned, rub with a wet sponge, rinse clean, and wipe dry to a gleaming finish.
- Cascade. To clean the drip pans of a stove, mix ¼ cup Cascade Gel and one gallon of water, and let the pans soak in the solution for one hour. Rinse and dry.
- Con-Tact Paper. To prevent stains on the wallpaper behind your stove, clean the wallpaper thoroughly, let dry, and then paper over it with clear, washable Con-Tact Paper.
- Easy-Off Oven Cleaner and Glad Trash Bags. To clean grease and burned-on food from drip pans, place the drip pans in a Glad Trash Bag, spray the pans with Easy-Off Oven Cleaner, seal the bag closed, and let it sit outside overnight. The next morning, remove the drip pans from the bag (being careful not to breath any fumes), hose them down thoroughly, and carefully dispose of the bag.
- Nestlé Carnation NonFat Dry Milk, Clorox Bleach, and Bounty Paper Towels. In a glass bowl, mix one teaspoon Nestlé Carnation Nonfat Dry Milk, ¼ cup Clorox Bleach, and ¼ cup of water. Saturate a sheet or two of Bounty Paper Towels with the solution, and drape the wet paper towel so it sticks to the wall, covering the grease stains. Let soak for one minute, remove, and rinse clean. Repeat if necessary.
- Spray 'n Wash. To clean baked-on grease from a stovetop, spray Spray 'n Wash stain remover on baked-on grease on the stovetop, let it set for a few minutes, and then wipe clean.
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