Find out how to properly clean your stove.

Cooking is a need in every household. Many individuals engage in the activity as a pastime! However, the necessity to clean the kitchen, including equipment such as the stove, arises after meals. This process may be pretty straightforward if you utilise the correct materials and approaches.

Do you want to learn more about how to clean your equipment properly? We'll answer all of your questions regarding how to keep your stove gleaming every day in this article. Come along with us!


How to clean stove


You've certainly heard a lot of stories about magical cleaning recipes for your appliances. This method is easier than it seems with the stove: all you need is a moist towel and a sponge for daily usage. Without further ado, have a look at the video below for a step-by-step guide on how to clean the stove!


Ensure that the cleaning is done safely.

What would you do to get the stove ready? So, be careful not to cause a ruckus in the kitchen. Before you begin cleaning, check sure all of the burners have cooled down and that the appliance is unplugged from the outlet. Close the gas valve as well to ensure that the buttons are thoroughly cleaned.


Grates and burners should be removed.


It's time to get the house in order! Remove the stove's grates and burners – or burners – first. The grease should then be removed with a soft sponge and neutral detergent while passing through flowing water. If that wasn't enough, soak in lukewarm water for half an hour for a more thorough cleaning. After that, just let it dry before returning it to the equipment.


Make sure the surface is clean.

Clean the whole surface of the stove while the grates and burners are drying. Remove any residue with a warm water and mild soap solution with a gentle, wet sponge. Wipe away the soap with a moist cloth before drying with a dry cloth or paper towel.


Clean the outside and cover it.


It's also important to remember to clean the outside of the house, okay? Again, a good advice is to go over the whole surface with a soft sponge, using the proper products for each material (whether stainless steel, tempered glass, among others). Clean the lid as well so that everything shines at the conclusion of the procedure.


Cleaning advice for stoves

Ensure that the materials and products used in the kitchen do not cause harm to the stove. Here are some things to stay away from:


Materials that are abrasive or sharp

Those who wish to clean the stove should avoid using abrasive or sharp objects. Knives and other metal items should be discarded since they may scratch the equipment's surface. Also, while cleaning, avoid using steel sponges or other abrasive equipment. This may be quite dangerous, especially in glass fragments, and diminish the life of the stove.


Carefully choose your clothing.


Finally, while selecting a cleaning cloth for the stove, make sure it is really soft. Additionally, use textiles that do not leave residues, since this might aggravate the device's condition. Flannels and microfibre towels are examples of this.


Aluminum foil should be used to line the stove.

This is a handy tip for anybody who wishes to maintain their stove spotless at all times! To protect the equipment, line the surface of the stove with aluminium foil, leaving the burners uncovered. The garbage will not come into direct touch in this manner. But it's not worth it to leave it there indefinitely, okay? Replace the paper after a few days and follow the same cleaning regimen.

By the way, water stains on the stove may be avoided by cleaning the residues after applying the goods. Use multipurpose cleaning products, such as Veja, if water and neutral detergent aren't enough to remove crusts off the appliance. As a result, it will be easier to eliminate contaminants.