Spring Green Cleaning: Stove Top

With this installment of Spring Green Cleaning, we're going to teach you how to clean your range with ease and without the of potentially toxic metal cleaners.


What You'll Need:


Microfiber Cloth

Scrub Brush

Hot Water


1. If your stove has removable grates, take them off and soak them in a sink full of hot water. For very dirty burners, add a bit of natural dish soap to the water. One brand to try is Mrs. Meyers Clean Day, which we have available at LeafyClean.com

2. Clean the entire stovetop with a microfiber cloth. Try the e-Cloth Range & Stovetop Pack to make the job easy. Start by cleaning with the special blue and gray striped cloth and hot water. This will remove baked on grime and drips as well as 99 percent of bacteria. Then, use the gray cloth to buff and polish the range.


3. Go to the sink and scrub down the burners with a scrub brush like the Casabella Maxi Brush Scrubber 


or a Scouring Pad like the Casabella Terry Scouring Cloths.



4. Put the grates back in place. You're finished!





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