Grime and grease on stove in the kitchen
Home - Garden
Clean Up Kitchen Grease Splatters With One Handy Ingredient
Cornstarch, processed into a powdery substance from corn, has abrasive granules and absorbent properties ideal for soaking up and scrubbing off grease
from kitchen materials.
To remove grease stains from wood, quartz, marble, or granite, sprinkle cornstarch on the area and let it sit for about 15 minutes before wiping it off with soap and water.
For tougher stains, spray with distilled water, douse it with cornstarch, and let it dry for about 24 hours before scrubbing it with a damp, clean cloth.
When cleaning stovetops, mix one part water with two parts of cornstarch and smear it on the soiled parts before gently scrubbing. Then, wipe off any remaining cornstarch.
Remove the oil splattered on neighboring pots and pans while cooking by sprinkling cornstarch on the oil marks and scrubbing the areas with a sponge until the stains lift.
To remove grease splatters from glasses, add one tablespoon of cornstarch to water and vinegar in a spray bottle and mist the oil marks. Wipe away
with a microfiber cloth.