10 Steps On How To Clean Your Gas Cooker Without Using Harsh Chemicals



 10 Steps On How To Clean Your Gas Cooker Without Using Harsh Chemicals

10 Steps On How To Clean Your Gas Cooker Without Using Harsh Chemicals.  

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The rate to which people now use gas cooker, one can say that in years to come all household will keep away from stove and other cooking means. cooking with gas makes cooking very easy, cleans and fast but one difficult thing about it is keeping the burner clean after all sessions might have left the gas cooker pretty dirty.

it might also interest you to know that cleaning a gas cooker isn’t as easy as just wiping down the surface. If you want to clean it at all, you might as well try to clean it safely and effectively.

To clean your gas cooker safely and effectively, and without the use of harsh chemicals, you need the following materials:


  •     Paper towels or lint-free cleaning cloths
  •     A big bowl or bucket
  •     Liquid soap
  •     Dish gloves
  •     A gentle scrubbing brush
  •     A spray bottle of water
  •     A toothbrush
  •     Glass cleaner

Steps to cleaning

  •     Make sure your cooker is cool to touch, that is, don’t clean while it is still hot.
  •     Remove the grates that cover the burners. Check your gas cooker manual to see if the grates are dishwasher safe; if so, clean them in there. Otherwise, wash them in hot, soapy water, rinse and let them dry completely.
  •     Newer gas cookers have caps over the burners. Remove them, wash them in hot, soapy water, rinse and let them dry completely.
  •     Use a paper towel or cloth to wipe away any stray crumbs from the cooker.
  •     If food is stuck around the burners’ ignition, use a toothbrush to gently clear away any blockages.
  •     Squeeze a generous amount of liquid soap into a big bowl or bucket, and fill it with hot water.
  •     Put on your dish gloves, dip your scrubbing brush in the water and clean the cooker’s surface. Make sure you’re careful around the burners.
  •     Clean the burner knobs with the scrubbing brush.
  •     Spray the surface down with clean water, and wipe it dry with a clean cloth or paper towel.
  •     Use a glass cleaner and paper towel or cloth to wipe down the control panel.
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