We tend to clean our floors and carpets more often than we pay attention to the important supporting domestic appliances such as gas stove burners and the inside of your ovens. Maintaining clean gas stove burners is vital for health and safety requirements. More often than not, most gas stove burners have food residues that have merged with the carbon formations and pose as a fire hazard. The overdue cleaning can also lead to health complications as the collected dirt might chip off on to spoons, spatulas and eventually end up in your food in small amounts. However small the amount of such adulteration, it can make you and your loved ones sick.
We will guide you with some tricks that you could use at home for stove burners that are not too far from requiring professional cleaning help.
- Baking Soda can be used to remove food residues from stove burners. Following a normal detergent wash in the start, cover the burners in a thick paste of baking soda and water. Let it rest for half an hour and simply scrub off with a soft cloth or sponge.
- Boiling method. If you have a large vessel, these burners can be doused in boiling water for 15-20 minutes and then can be scrubbed after they cool down. This manages to remove most of the carbon residues without causing any damage to the coating. Be very careful while dealing with such high amounts of heat and ensure that you have fire proof gloves.
- The power of vinegar is being used in several domestic applications. It is known to be a great disinfectant, approved by mothers all over the world. This method involves simply adding vinegar to a spray bottle and spraying the burners with it. Let it rest for 15 minutes and wipe it off with a cloth. This method is only effective for regular cleaning and not for removing dense residues.
We are happy to help you with more tips and tricks that will be posted online each month, if you require additional help with cleaning. Our team of professionals will be promptly made available for your service.