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cleaning the burners

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  1. rya

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    hi ladies,
    i would like to share the tip of cleaning burners which will be very hard to clean after some cycles of cooking.....i just experimented with burners by placing them in a bucket of soap water(soap powder used for clothes, mixed in water) for one night,and the next day,i felt it was very easy to clean,no hard shrubbing,no mess...i thought it is a good idea to follow for people who do not have a routine of washing the burners everyday!!
    thanks
    ramya
     
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    I have easy way to do it. i spray the bleach and just rub i all over. Keep it for 30 min. and wash it off.
     
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    hi
    i tried that too,but it doesn't work for me to have a sparkling clean burner..so i tried this method..what kind of spray did you use?
     
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    I used Soft scrub bleach..
     
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    Dear Rya
    thats a nice tip for cleaning burners..I will try it next time
    I have gas burners and once in a while i do remove and clean by hand but this looks like a better way of doing it
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    hello ananchitra,
    thank you for the reply..actually if you soak the burners in soapy hot water it will be still more good..here in USA,we don't have any problem in getting hot water..it comes through pipe,not like india...:queen
    regards
    ramya
     
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    Hey babes

    Here in India too we get water from pipes only. Please do not underestimate my India. Its not so bad. People who stay abroad always look at India as a poor country. Just a few months back one of the flats in Mumbai got solved to a whooping 80 crores and an Indian bought it.
     
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    Hey malspie,
    iam not seeing india as a poor country as well as underestimating india..i just meant hot water directly comes out here..that's it....infact we have planned to return to india...it might meant otherwise for you..pls..do not mistake..
    thanks
     
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    Hey babes,

    I was also pulling a fast one on you, when you said hot water comes from the pipe.
     

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