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Blue_and_Orange
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16 Jan 2012, 4:53 pm

One of the burners on my stove has a tunnel to the oven. There are a couple inches of space between the inside/bottom of the burners and the outside/top of the oven. Today, I found out that the inside/bottom of the burner with the tunnel, and outside/top of the oven, surrounding the tunnel, is covered with juices and sugars from when I bake sweet potatoes (in the oven). The mess has even spread to the outside/top of the stove under the inside/bottom of the burner in front of the burner with the tunnel. This is now very hard to clean. How do I make sure this does not happen the next time I bake sweet potatoes, or anything else for that matter?



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16 Jan 2012, 5:11 pm

a loose cover of alfoil.

also to clean, pour white vinegar on it and leave and then scrub with old toothbrush


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Blue_and_Orange
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16 Jan 2012, 5:13 pm

Thank you so much!