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" ;-)
Begin by preheating the oven to 140 F. While the oven is heating, put on a pot of water to boil. Once the oven has reached 140 F, turn it off and pour 1 cup of ammonia into a heat safe bowl or baking dish and place it on the top rack of the oven.
How to Clean Your Oven Without Chemicals, Non-Toxic (with pictures)
easy-oven-cleaning-without-chemicals-vinegar-salt-baking-soda spray bottle w/ water. wet oven surfaces sprinkle liberally with baking soda sprinkle liberally with coarse salt respray with vinegar/water. let sit overnight and wipe clean
½ cup water enough baking soda to make a paste – about to ½ cup 1 tablespoon castile soap or whatever dish soap you have on hand. Dip Sponge in the Paste and Spread All Over the Oven sit min. wipe w/clean sponge rinse w/warm water.
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.