All stoves receive their share of grease stains, especially when frying foods. Grease stains cleaned up quickly do not present a problem, but stains that are allowed to stay on the hob and are reheated and cooked onto burners, caps, dripping pans and cooking tops become a bigger problem. These stubborn stains are harder to remove and need extra effort to get rid of. Baking soda and non-abrasive cleaners make the job easier.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Warm, soapy water
- Baking soda
- Non-abrasive cleaner
- Clean, dry cloth
Place gas stove burner grates and caps into a sink with warm, soapy water. Allow the items to soak for 15 minutes to loosen the grease.
Wet the grease stains on the hob with a wet dishrag, sprinkle baking soda on them, then scrub the grease stains with the dishrag. The baking soda should loosen the grease and allow you to wipe it away.
Scrub the grates and caps and place them in a dish drainer. Dry the hob, grates and caps with a clean cloth, and return the caps and grates to the hob.
Tips and warnings
- Do not handle stove parts until they are completely cool to avoid risk of burns.
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