I’m a cleaning expert – my $3 trick will leave your stove sparkling without scrubbing

CLEANING your stove is more than just wiping away any grease spots from when you were making dinner.

In fact, you've most likely been neglecting a very important spot: the edges that wrap around the stove and can accumulate tons of grease and food particles.

Cleaning authority Carolina Mccauley shared that all you need to clean the edges of your stove is a toothpick and a paper towel!

Dubbed as a "quick and easy stove cleaning hack," all you need to do is spray your favorite cleaner along the edges before wrapping a paper towel around the tip of a toothpick.

Next, all you do is simply run the toothpick along the edges, picking out all the gunk, according to her video.

If you don't feel like a toothpick and paper towel are enough or have more stubborn stains, you can use a toothbrush!

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Just spray the stove with your favorite cleaner and scrub the gunk off with a toothbrush.

Once you're satisfied with how clean it is, you can then wipe it off with a paper towel.

But next time you're cleaning your stove, make sure you're also cleaning between the wall and your appliance, a lot of dirt can accumulate there.

Michigan resident Alyssa, who owns a cleaning company, revealed there's a spot everyone misses, even during a deep clean.

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In her video, she showed how she pulled out the stove from its spot and revealed grease smeared on the side of the stove and the countertop.

The floor was also covered in grime.

After uncovering the spot, she used a vacuum cleaner to clean up the bits of food on the floor and a grease-fighting detergent for the smears.

Additionally, she used a scraping tool to remove the grease, which had also coated the side of the countertops.

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