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How To Live With A Grease Fire

It’s so nice to hear that someone else awoke to a raging fire in their kitchen. The problem’s still there, (the fire department said it could go til 2020) but I’ve learned you can kiinda still use it to cook. It just makes you feel bad after. #miamercado

Mia Mercado

A little over a month ago, a grease fire started in my kitchen. I woke up one morning, and it was just there. Apparently grease fires can still happen even if your stove is electric and you consistently post anti-grease fire articles on Twitter.

I still don’t understand how it happened. A few people told me it probably had something to do with the generations of built up gunk on my stove. That seems crazy though. I’ve worked and even lived around the gunk, and it never bothered me. And then those people were like, “You primarily use the microwave so how would you even know.” But some of my best appliances are stoves, so I feel like I would have a pretty good idea.

I don’t feel like I added to the gunk personally. One time, I even called out a piece of gunk that was on the stove…

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