Keep Your Gas Stove Clean & Shiny With One Secret Ingredient!
Do you cook a lot?
If so, you’ve probably already noticed that out of all of the kitchen appliances, the stove is the one that gets dirty the easiest. This is due to the fact that the stove is the place where we heat and prepare our food, and sometimes food falls out and onto the stovetop. Fried dishes, for example, end up making it even dirtier.
Because of how easily it gets dirty, it’s best to just go ahead and clean it every time you use it. We’re going to teach you a very easy tip that only calls for one item you probably already have in your house. A bar of soap!
Although we don’t normally use bar soap in the kitchen, it’s a great way to clean the stains, grease and burnt food off your stove. You can use any brand of bar soap.
Begin by wetting the burners and then rub them with the soap.
Wait a few minutes.
Now wipe the burners with steel wool until they are clean.
It's that simple! You can clean the whole stove top the same way.
It can also be used to clean pots, pans and other utensils. It's both cheap and easy to use, and it brings amazing results!
If the burners are still dirty when you’re done, you can boil them for 10 minutes in a mixture of water, vinegar and detergent. Adding salt to the water is optional.
After soaking them in the hot water, clean as before.
Did you like this tip? Try it at home and tell us what happens!
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