What are the sizes for drip pans?
The first thing you’ll notice when looking at your stove —or at packages of replacement drip pans— is there are two sizes. The large size is often called 8 inch, and the small size is often called 6 inch. (There is also an extra-large size, possibly called 8½ inch.
How do you keep drip pans from rusting?
An easy way to prevent rust and leakage is to have a preventative coating like PAN SEAL applied to the drip pan to seal and repair any holes that are causing leaks. By sealing your drip pan, you can reduce the chances of rust and water leakage, and other serious issues such as mold, fungus, or mildew.
How do you keep drip pans clean?
Steps to clean drip pans
Drain the water from the sink and pour in distilled white vinegar to cover the baked-on food and grease. Let them sit in the vinegar for 30 minutes. Next, don’t drain the vinegar, but sprinkle baking soda on top of the vinegar and use your fingers to rub the baking soda into the burnt-on crust.