Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Kitchen Tip Tuesday
During my recent Spring cleaning I have been tackling my kitchen. Its been slow, but I'm determined to get it all done!
I was able to clean my burner pans by soaking them all day and really scrubbing them with a stainless steel scrubber. They look like new! This probably saved me $12.00 to $15.00 by not having to buy new burner pans.
But, if yours can't be cleaned, or unexpected company comes by, these burner covers are pretty and functional. My husband gave me these since I have a chicken theme in my kitchen. They can be purchased very inexpensively and come in so many beautiful designs.
Just don't forget to remove them before turning on the burner!!!!!
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