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How to Remove Boil Over Stains From Crab

Step 1

Fill your sink half full of very warm water. Add several squirts of dish soap as the water is filling the sink. Also add 1 cup of plain white vinegar.

Step 2

Remove the burner if possible and place it the sink. (If you have a glass-top range, skip this part.) Also place the pot in the sink.

Step 3

Mix equal parts vinegar and dish soap in a small bowl and dip a clean cloth into the mixture. The vinegar will aid in removing the residue, and it will help to deodorize the area as well.

Step 4

Wipe down the stove top with the cloth when the stove is cool.

Step 5

Squirt some stove top polish onto a paper towel and apply it to the stove top with circular strokes.

Step 6

Wait five minutes and wipe the polish off with another clean paper towel.

Step 7

Scrub the pot and burner with a dish rag and return the burner to its place after it dries.

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