As I was working, I happened to glance at my stove top and thought that that, too, could benefit with this wondrous mixture. I have a stainless steel stove top that gets a brownish ring around the burners -- even when its clean. [Let me make one thing absolutely clear. I would not use this paste on a brushed stainless steel surface. I am pretty sure it would leave scratch marks, as it is an abrasive cleanser. The area around my stove burners has a different surface, and it doesn't show scratches, so I felt pretty sure it would take this treatment just fine. I wouldn't use it anywhere else on my stove top, where there is regular brushed stainless steel!]
The ring is a real pain to get off, so I usually leave it until someone like my son-in-law has had enough of it and starts scrubbing away. It really is hard to remove.
After finishing my oven racks, I applied the paste to the area around my stove burners, let it sit for several minutes, scrubbed a bit, and Voila!
Looks pretty good, doesn't it!? That is definitely a Pin that I would recommend trying. You probably have the ingredients already on hand, so its worth a try. Remember... baking soda, and enough peroxide to make a paste.
Sooooooo, back to my nesting. Have you ever heard of a grandma-to-be nesting? I mean, I know its real, because I'm doing it. I keep looking around for something to clean or organize, and my husband can attest that I can't sit still for two minutes without having something to occupy my time. I'm calling it nesting, but now that I think of it, it could very well be plain old anxiousness. Hmmmm.
Gotta go. I have two baby blankets to make... actually come to think of it, I think the microwave needs cleaning.