Stove with griddle – Gas range costs less than the cookers work, but they require a bit more care when cleaning. Improper cleaning can lead to inefficient use and higher bills gases. If food splatter blocks the holes in the burner unit, the flame will not burn properly. Whether you need light cleaning or heavy scrubbing, follow the steps below to clean a gas stove.
Choose a cleaning solution for stove with griddle. Detergent, water and a soft cloth should be all that is needed for surface cleaning. Many store-bought cleaners and abrasives can cause discoloration or leave scratches. Other homemade detergents include: washing liquor and household ammonia diluted with water in a 1: 1 ratio, baking powder and water in a 3: 2 ratio, or non-gel toothpaste. Turn off and cool. Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and bring to a boil and grill is completely cooled.
Remove the grate and clean. Soak the removable grill in hot soapy water. Scrub with a cloth or paper towel. Let dry completely before returning grids for the fireplace. Remove and clean the knobs. Tighten the knobs and wash in hot soapy water. Replace them until they are dry and turn each one to ensure proper placement. Attack stubborn food stains. For cooked food, using a razor blade, wooden scraper or rounded knife to scrape away the food. Avoid scratching or light surface. Apply a safe commercial cleaner, as Bon Ami with pumice, to provide mild abrasive cleaning power. Also, consider using non-gel toothpaste for cooked-on stains.