LET your stovetop sparkle again with the use of just two household products.
Cleaning expert Nessa Misiuda shared a video revealing how to use a paper towel to easily pick out grime from your stovetop.
Cleaning in tight crevices can be a real pain, but skipping these spots can lead to a build-up of grease and grime, especially near your stovetop.
Misiuda displayed that by using a toothpick and a paper towel, you can effortlessly clean these tight spaces.
First, the cleaning expert wrapped a sheet of paper towel around a wooden toothpick.
She then dragged the point of the toothpick around the stovetop, collecting unwanted grime from the sides and crevices.
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After a quick swipe around the stovetop, she showed off the thick gunk that she picked out.
Viewers loved her hack, with one person saying: "Ok, now I need to do this."
A second added: "I have the same stovetop and couldn't figure out how to remove all the crumbs and crap stuck in there."
Other users suggested their own takes for picking out the grime, saying: "I use a fork" and "I do this with all my faucets too."
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Once you've picked out all the gunk, take your cleaning to the next step by tackling the grease on your stove's vent hood.
The president of Mr. Appliance, Ron Shimek, said that you should be scrubbing your vent hood on a daily basis.
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To properly clean it, Shimek said to use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe down the fan blades.
Your sparkly clean stove is sure to steal all of the attention in your kitchen.
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