Ammonium hydroxide or ammonia is a good disinfectant for some pathogens, and like Vinegar, it is not registered as a disinfectant by the EPA. Ammonia is an excellent degreaser perfect for kitchens and floors and to eliminate pets odor. Ammonia is also ideal for bathroom tiles, window cleaning, oven cleaning, concrete stains, carpet, and upholstery stains. And like Vinegar leaves surfaces shining like new.
Ammonia’s downside is its very unpleasant (gas) smell. That is why, when using it for cleaning, it is recommended to mix it with water. A good measure is a mix of 1/4 cup of ammonia with one gallon of water.
For concrete stains, suck a sponge or cloth with the mix, leave it on top of the stain for about 25 minutes and then hose it down.
In glass or windows, spray the mix onto the surface and dry it out with paper towels.
For stove burners, dip burners in the mixture using a plastic container and leave them soaked for about 10 hours.
Remove them from the mixture and brush them down. You will see how the grease comes out very quickly.
You could also mix Ammonia with Vinegar and try the same procedures, and you may obtain double results.