With spring around the corner, there's a good chance that you want to start getting rid of all of the debris and other unwanted particles from your gas stove so that you can make sure that it lasts for years to come and is ready for the next season. Here are some steps for cleaning and maintaining your gas stove.
1. Make a Clear Surface for Scrubbing
First, fill up your sink with warm soapy water and place the grates from your stove in. This will allow you to soak your grates and loosen any food or grease that might have gotten on them. You want to loosen it so that it is easy to clean off later. This will leave you with a clean, flat surface that will be much easier to scrub.
2. Brush Off the Crumbs into a Trash Can
Next, take a small brush or a dry paper towel and start brushing all of the crumbs from the top of the stove into a trash can that you are holding near the side of the stove. You want to get rid of the loose crumbs before anything else because it will make it easier for you to focus on scrubbing out the stains without having to constantly worry about maneuvering the crumbs away from the sides.
3. Make and Use the Cleaning Solution
Take a spray bottle and fill it halfway up with vinegar. Then, fill the other half with water. Shake it together so that they are mixed evenly. Next, spray down your stove so that all of the stains are partially submerged in the solution. Allow the solution to sit for between one and five minutes depending on how caked on your stains are.
Once you've let the solution sit, take a cleaning rag and begin to scrub the solution off. If you have a grease buildup around the burners, take some dish washing detergent designed to get rid of grease. Apply some to an old toothbrush. Then, use the toothbrush to scrub away the grease from around the burners. Add another layer of vinegar solution. Let it sit, and then wipe it off.
4. Replace the Grates
Finally, while the top of your stove is drying, scrub down the grates so that there are no unwanted particles or grease. Replace the grates on top of the stove after they are dry and you are good to go.
For more information, talk to a company that specializes in stoves.Share