Has your gas stovetop seen better days? Don't fret, we can help with your next deep clean! To get your stove looking brand new again just follow these simple steps.
The first step in cleaning your gas stovetop is to remove the grates. These grates are durable, but they do get spills and other residue burnt onto them every time you use the stove. Over time, this buildup can become thicker and thicker depending on the length of time between deep cleans. To clean your grates quickly, soak them in hot, soapy water. While they are soaking, mix baking soda with a bit of water to create a thick, paste. Remove the grates from the water and cover them with this paste allowing them to sit for about 20-minutes. Scrub the residue with a sponge and rinse with water to clean it off.
Mind The Fuel Ports
Remove the burner caps and add them to the bucket of hot, soapy water. Examine your fuel ports and make sure all holes are open and free of debris.
Cleaning The Surface
First, wipe down the surface to remove all unstuck debris. Then, using a soapy sponge gently wipe down the surface. Once your surface is clean, wipe it down with a dry cloth. Then, replace your burner tops and grates.