Removes dirt and grease from the hob in minutes, without bleach

Cleaning the stovetop and stove is perhaps one of the most difficult and tedious tasks, especially if you cook frequently or after a particularly large dinner.

No matter how careful you are when cooking, it is inevitable that leftover food and grease will end up on the hob and between the burners, creating a real war scenario.

And if we forget to wash the stovetop right away, the next day it will seem like we are dealing with real stones encrusted on the surfaces of our kitchen.

If you’re looking for an alternative to dangerous and toxic bleach to remove grease and grime from stovetops and stoves , the following three tricks are undoubtedly for you.

First trick

Mix 150 ml of white vinegar with 100 grams of liquid soap and 250 ml of water. Apply some of the solution directly to the stovetop and scrub thoroughly with a hard sponge.

The soap dissolves the grease while the vinegar disinfects and makes the stove shine.

Second trick

Pour a few drops of ammonia into a mold filled with water. Wear gloves and be careful not to come into contact with the ammonia on your skin.

Use an old toothbrush or sponge to thoroughly scrub the entire stovetop.

Third trick

Mix the juice of 7 lemons with 3 tablespoons of coarse salt and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Pour onto the hob, wait 5 minutes and scrub well with a hard sponge.

Choose the trick that best suits the material of your hob to always have a very clean and shiny kitchen.