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Appliance Repair and Maintenance Tips: How to Clean Your Stove’s Drip Pans

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Don’t despair! Those stovetop drip pans aren’t as hard to clean as you might think.

As you prepare your family’s breakfast, lunch and dinner, your stove’s drip pans can acquire quite the buildup of grease and burnt food. Unfortunately, that grime isn’t always easy to clean, especially if it’s been sitting for a few weeks or even months. If you’re looking for a natural and effective cleaning method to remove the gunk from your drip pans, the process provided below can help you achieve that goal.  Call the guys in the yellow booties for same day service appliance repair

  1. After removing the dirty drip pans from your stove, and shaking any loose debris into the garbage, grab a pot and fill it with water. Place the pot on a burner, and wait for the water to boil. Once the water begins boiling, add a cup of baking soda and stir until the substance has completely dissolved.
  2. Next, turn the burner off and carefully place your drip pans in the pot. Cover the pot with a lid and allow the pans to sit undisturbed through the night.
  3. In the morning, transfer your drip pans from your pot to your sink. Now combine baking soda with dish soap to create a foamy paste. Be sure you make enough to generously cover each pan. After the mix is ready, rub it onto your drip pans and allow them to sit for 15 to 30 minutes.
  4. Once enough time has passed, begin scrubbing with a clean sponge. After you’ve removed all the grime, rinse the pans off with warm water.
  5. At this point, you should see a vast improvement, however, if there are still spots covered in grease or burnt food, place the pans on a paper towel and pour white vinegar on the areas that aren’t completely cleaned. Let the vinegar penetrate the stain for a couple of minutes before bringing your pans to the sink and scrubbing them with warm soapy water. After completing this process your drip pans should look sparkly clean.

When your dealing with burners that refuse to turn on or won’t heat properly, you may need to call your local appliance repair company to ensure your stove is not experiencing a serious malfunction. If you’re concerned with your stove top’s performance, and you’re looking for an experienced repair technician in or near San Antonio, Texas, please contact us today if you need local appliance repair and we’ll be happy to help you.

 

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SoBellas Appliance Repair San Antonio Texas

21019 US Hwy 281 N Ste 830-23

San Antonio, TX  78258

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