All housewives are familiar with the situation of a dirty grate on the stove. If there is time to clean it every time after cooking, then it always shines clean. But sometimes there are times when you simply do not have the energy or time to clean the grate, and after a while it is covered with a thick layer of carbon deposits and grease.
I’ve already tried a lot of different tips and recommendations for cleaning the stove grate, but none have become my favorite. But recently I did an experiment myself and got a clean grate, just like new.
We will need a regular large plastic bag and ammonia.
Place the grate in the bag and pour the ammonia into it, pouring it over the grate.
Tie the bag and put on more bags, closing them well. Leave it for the night.
In the morning you will see that the grate is covered with pieces of soot and now with a kitchen sponge simply and easily remove under running water.
Ammonia “works” not only when you soak something in it, but also when it evaporates. That’s why its vapors have eaten away all the soot and grease on the grill.