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#95780 new defect

How to clean a gas stove

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Severity: major Keywords: repair stove, repaircookers


Above, if your gas stove is looking a little worse due to wear, don't despair - a good cleaning will make it look shiny and new in no time. Here's how to clean a gas stove top: 1. Begin by removing all burner grates and covers, as well as the control knobs. Most stoves have a drip pan located under the burners - be sure to remove that too. 2. Next, give the entire stove a damp cloth at once to remove any loose dirt or debris. 3. Once the surface is clean, it's time to tackle tough, burnt food stains. For this step, you will need a heavy-duty cleaner - we recommend an oven cleaner, as it is specifically designed to penetrate tough grease and dirt. Spray the cleaner onto the affected areas and let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing with a nylon brush or scrub pad. تصليح طباخات

On top if your gas stove top looks a little worse due to wear, don't worry - it's easy to clean! All you need is a little elbow grease and the right cleaning tools. Here are the supplies you'll need: - Dish soap - Warm water - Sponge or cloth - White vinegar - Baking soda - Glass cleaner (optional) Let's get started now.تصليح طباخات

Cleaning your gas stove is important for safety and hygiene reasons. Grease and food buildup can create a fire hazard and can attract pests. The best way to clean a gas stove is to use a mixture of soap, water, and vinegar. First, remove the grates and stove covers. Soak them in soapy water for 15 minutes, then scrub with a sponge or brush. Rinse it with clean water and dry it well. Next, clean the stove top. Sprinkle baking soda all over the surface, then sprinkle with vinegar. Scrub with a sponge or brush until dirt loosens. Wipe clean with a damp cloth and dry well.

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