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Diana Posted: Thu, Nov 28 2013 7:21 AM

I need to let you all in on a great cleaner.  I got out my grandmother's meat thermometer and I'm not sure how long ago it had been cleaned.  It had baked on grease on the face and around the edge.  I cleaned it in seconds by putting it in a bowl with water and hydrogen peroxide and in less than a minute, wiped it clean.  WOW.  Worked great.

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Marie replied on Thu, Nov 28 2013 9:39 AM

Great tip, Diana!  Happy Thanksgiving!

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Pat A replied on Thu, Nov 28 2013 4:28 PM

I've got to try that!   What i the ratio of water to peroxide?  I wonder if it would work on the oven door to my range. 

Thank for the tip.

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Diana replied on Thu, Nov 28 2013 4:56 PM

Pat,  I did a 3 to 1 ratio.  1 peroxide and 3 water.  It's also used to clean and disinfect as well.  I use it on my counters.   If it's a really thick or tough grease, use equal parts.  It really works great.

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Thanks for the tip, i use it in the laundry to spot clean, this is another use.

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Pat A replied on Sat, Nov 30 2013 8:19 AM

Thank Diana.  I'm going to try that on my range today! 

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