The days follow each other, and the dirt accumulates on your gas stove. How to maintain it to ensure its effectiveness longer? Explanation.
Why maintain your gas stove?
It is important to regularly clean all parts of your kitchen gas stove. Dirt and grease can indeed accumulate and soot burners on your gas stove, which could affect the quality of the flame and the quality of heating. But do not worry: cleaning techniques are not complicated if they are put into practice regularly or after each use of your gas stove.
How to clean the kitchen gas stove?
After each use, you can remove grease, food residue and dirt thrown by your kitchen utensils with a piece of paper towel or a sponge soaked in water and washing-up liquid. For complete maintenance
- burnersRemove them from your gas stove and soak them in a basin of white vinegar or soapy water that will dissolve grease and remove all dirt. Soak for a few minutes or even hours if the burners are very dirty. You can also rub them with a sponge and washing up liquid. Take them out of the basin and rinse thoroughly with clear water. You can let them air dry or wipe them with a soft cloth.
- gridsYou must immerse them in a container large enough to hold them all, such as a shower tray. Soak a few hours in a mixture of water and white vinegar. You can also add a spoon of baking soda, very effective in dissolving all fats. After this bath of a few hours, your grids should be like new. If not, you can remove excess grease or dirt with an abrasive sponge. Dry in the open air.
- enamel from the hob: clean with a soft sponge soaked in water and washing up liquid, or Marseille soap. Rinse with clear water.
Once all the elements of your gas stove have been cleaned, replace them, being careful to position the burners correctly so as not to affect the quality of the flame.