Your stove burners see the worst of it; spill-overs and splatters all being burned in over high heat. That’s why these can be some of the hardest parts of the stove to clean. Sometimes life gets busy and we aren’t regularly cleaning our burners and the burnt food and gunk accumulate and are hard to get clean. Here’s a simple tip from DIY Super Mom on how to get your burners clean. Check out her clever approach in the video below. One quick Editor’s note: whenever working with ammonia make sure you’re wearing protective gloves and goggles. Also make sure the windows are opened and you’re in a well ventilated place.

Although Ammonia is the most common for cleaning stove burners we’ve also heard of others using Vinegar, baking soda and cream of tartar. What do you use to get your stove burners and oven clean? Please share with others in the comments.