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How To Clean Gas Stovetops4 min read


Gas stovetops feature stainless steel surfaces and heavy-duty cast-iron grates. The main benefit of this type of cooktop is its ability to provide precise control over the heat source. A gas cooktop is also safe, as the burners are turned off when not in use. This type of cooking surface also features a grate made of non-stick material for a scratch-free surface.


Cleaning a gas stove is not difficult with proper instructions and methods. The best way to maintain a gas stove is to keep it clean and sanitized after cooking. Generally, you should avoid using abrasive materials such as baking soda and lemon peel. If you want to make a quick clean-up, you can combine these two ingredients. This mixture works well on a variety of surfaces, including enamel.

First, you should remove as many components as possible before cleaning a gas stove. Cover any openings with a gas-fuel cover to avoid damaging the gas stove’s burners. You should then thoroughly rinse and dry the components with the cleaning solution before reinstalling them. If you find light soil, use a damp cloth to wipe the area. To get rid of stubborn stains, use a proper cleaning solution. A gas stove’s owner’s manual will have specific instructions, diagrams, and instructions on cleaning it. wallpaper 3 How To Clean Gas Stovetops

To clean a gas stove, you should first cover the openings of the gas fuel. Then, you can use a mild cleaner and rinse with hot water to get rid of light soil. To make sure that you do not damage the surface of the stovetop, use a professional stove top cleaner.

The size of the burners should be appropriate for your cooking style. A gas cooktop with three burners is the most common type. A four-burner stove will have the maximum number of burners for most home cooks. Choose a gas cooktop with enough space between the burners. However, it is also essential to consider the number of burners your gas cooktop has. The more burners, the better, but keep in mind that a gas stovetop is versatile.

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You can also clean a gas stovetop using baking soda. It will remove burnt grease. If you don’t want to use baking soda, you can use a sponge and a kitchen cleaning solution to scrub the surface. This type of cleaning will not damage the coating on the surface so that you can leave it on for a long time. If you don’t have a dishwasher, you can also use a soap solution to clean the grates in the sink.

Some tips for cleaning gas stovetops with ingredients readily available at home –

  • To clean a burner – immerse the burner in a bowl of hot water and add the juice of half a lemon to it. Slowly, add a packet of ENO to the bowl and leave it for two hours. After which, please take out the burner and scrub it away with a dishwashing gel and a sponge. Clean the burner with water and wipe it dry. The burner will look as good as new.
  • Make a solution of dishwashing gel, vinegar and baking soda with water in a spray bottle. Use this mix to deep clean your gas cooktops – made of steel or glass. Spray this mixture on your cooktops after removing the grates and leave it for some time. Start scrubbing with a sponge and wipe clean with a wet cloth. You can cleanse the area beside the burner with screws and bolts with a steel brush for more intense cleaning. Be careful while scrubbing with a brush not to scratch the glass top of your stoves. 
  • Food spillovers should be cleaned after each use. A properly cleaned burner will have an even blue flame. 
  • To ensure cleaning of your gas cooktops is more accessible next time, wipe your cooktops very well every time you cook something. 
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