HOW TO CLEAN A GAS STOVE
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Between dust, crumbs, boiling sauce overflows and grease splatters, your stove top probably sees the most messes out of all the surfaces in your kitchen. Night after night of putting off post-dinner cleanup can really add up to create a monstrosity reminiscent of your college dorm days.
But not only do dirty, greasy gas burner grates and food particles make your kitchen look dirty, they can also affect your cooking and present a fire hazard.
Commercial oven cleaners are sometimes recognized as the best way to clean gas stove tops, but these are often a harsh mix of various chemicals, including lye and petroleum distillates.
The alternatives, including baking soda, dish soap, and countless other methods, may simply not be strong enough degreasers.
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner breaks down grease and deep cleans without caustic or abrasive chemicals and won't leave behind residue that can linger long after you've finished cleaning. Learn how to clean burners, grates, and the stovetop surface using the directions below.
To make cleaning your stove top even easier on yourself next time, it's best if you wipe it down after each use. Food and grease won't have a chance to get stuck if you get rid of those spots as soon as they show up.
Turn off your stove's pilot light and allow the burners to cool completely before cleaning. Use caution and avoid getting the electric starters wet.
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