a pressure cooker on the stovetop
How To Clean Stove Drip Pans Until They're Flawless
The drip pans on your stovetop are designed to catch all of the overflow from your cooking. To stay on top of messes without cleaning them daily, aim for once a week.
Wait for the burner to cool and then pull it out. Then, lift the drip pan out from the stovetop and, if the mess isn't bad, clean it with hot water and dish soap.
If the grime doesn’t go away, soak the pan in hot water for 15 minutes, and follow up with a 30-minute soak in vinegar. Then, pour baking soda over the pan and scrub.
If that doesn’t work, soak the drip pan in ammonia overnight, preferably outside. Place the drip pan in a plastic bag, and pour ¼ cup of ammonia into the bag with it.
The next morning, wash it with soap and water. The ammonia should have loosened the food bits, making it easier to wipe off.