“I am cleaning my stove so this should do.” This is a thought of many appliance users. We have always heard that cleaning things around us makes it last longer. Indeed, that is a factual statement, however, there are terms to this. It may be very shocking to you that certain cleaning agents that give your stove a sparkly clean may be bad for maintaining the appearance of your stove.
If you are considering to buy a new stove, or you have a functional one, then this post will be very useful for you, especially if you are keen about promoting a healthy environment. There are various methods of cleaning which include manual cleaning, steam cleaning and auto cleaning. All these three methods can be used to thoroughly clean your stove. However, autocleaning your stove can produce pollutants that are toxic to human health. Some chemicals used may cause the glass of your stove to shatter and prevents the door of your stove from opening.
Anyways, the focus of this article is to educate you about some economic ways of cleaning your stove without destroying it. So, let us not get too carried away with the negatives. Let’s shift gear a bit.
Are you ready? Let’s go.
Boiling water: We have so much water in our space, so there is no excuse for a dirty stove. All you need is to boil some water in an electric kettle and carefully pour it on the surface of your stove without touching the burners. Let it stay for about 10 to 15 minutes. This will help to soften sediments or food that sticks to your stove. Get a cloth and wipe off the surface and watch your stove transform before your very eyes!
Vinegar: Wow! Wow! Wow! This wonderful natural product is incredible. It is filled with a surplus of benefits. From skin, to hair to your machines and appliances it is the perfect cleaning agent. Here is how it works. You can get a spray bottle and add some vinegar with some water and spray it on your stove and let it remain for an hour. It will remove the dirt or stains that are difficult to remove.
Ammonia: It is not the best smelling product but it is the tackler of those dirty looking burners that are often stubborn when it comes to stain removal. Ammonia makes life a whole lot easier. You can put the burners into a zip lock bag overnight and watch stubborn dirt disappear.
Baking soda: If the surfaces of your stove are longing for a thorough clean then try baking soda. It can get rid of your dirt in a flash. Apply a small amount of vinegar or lime juice with baking soda and scour the surface of your stove using a rag. You can also combine the baking soda with salt.
Hydrogen peroxide: It works! This substance is packed with power. It works in a similar way like on the teeth. It removes stains very fast. All you need is to clean your stove with soap and water then add the hydrogen peroxide. Then you can say bye to those crusty stains.
Vegetable oil: This may have been the last stove cleaning product on your mind. Well, it has other functions other than cooking. It helps to clean your stove and give it a refined look. Add a little vegetable oil to your stove and let it stay for 10 minutes. Then clean with baking soda and soap and water.
Now that A+ has provided you with some easy and economical ways of cleaning your stove, you are now well able to keep it looking clean and as good as new. A+ where our clients are priority.