Cleaning

How to Clean A Stubborn Stovetop Using Two Ingredients You Probably Have Right Now

I’ve tried many methods to get my white gas stove in our apartment to bounce back. It seems like nothing was working. 

The yellow rings around each eye just kept getting worse and worse. Just by looking at it, I’m sure you can tell which eye I use the most.

(Hint: it’s the one on the bottom right — lol!) 

After doing some research and asking my subscribers for some tips, I finally found a method that actually worked! 

And with a bit of patience and elbow grease, this will work for your stovetop too! 

Here’s what you’ll need: 

  • Baking soda
  • Hydrogen peroxide 
  • Brillo pads 

You can find all three at your local Dollar Tree if you don’t already have these items in your kitchen. 

Now let’s get into how I was able to get my gas stovetop from this: 

To this: 

How to Clean A Stubborn Stovetop 

Step 1: Add baking soda and peroxide in a bowl

Mix well until you get a creamy consistency. 

Step 2: Apply baking soda paste directly onto stains 

I applied it using a plastic knife I had lying around.

Step 3: Set a time for 15 minutes. 

This will need to sit for a while to give the peroxide some time to work it’s magic! 

Step 4: Grab your Brillo pads. 

It’s time to scrub your life away — just kidding, but you will be scrubbing for a few minutes. 

Step 5: Wipe clean! 

By now your stovetop should be sparkling and look like new again. 

Did this method work for you?! 

Let me know in the comments or come say hey on Instagram! @tidyupwithdani Let me see it for myself!

Happy Tidying!

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