Is There An Easier Way to Clean the Stoves Drip Plates?
I am having issues keeping the drip plates clean underneath the stove top coils. I have tried scrubbing with comet which leaves them all scratched up, magic eraser which seems to tear to easy, and have even covered them with foil but each time I lift to clean underneath them, I tear the foil.
I am the type of person to clean them instantly if anything boils over, but my kids do not when helping during the week to prepare meals. So on cleaning days I am always having to re-clean after them.
Do you have any suggestions that I can try differently besides having to go out and buy brand new drip plates every 2-3 months?