Thursday, June 9, 2011

Tips How to Clean Your Stove

As the most busiest place in the home, the kitchen is used daily so it needs to be cleaned regularly. Leaving your kitchen without any care can cause health problem which you would like to avoid. So don't be lazy and give in cleaning the thing that tends to be dirtiest in your kitchen – the oven.
  1.  Oven cleaning London includes cleaning the stove. First make sure that the stove and oven are switched off. The stove should be safely cool before starting cleaning it. In case, you miss this step you may end up with an awful burn. 
  2. Take a damp cloth and wipe away all of the residue from your oven. Remove as much of the baked-on food as possible.
  3. If you have a gas stove remove the grates that cover the burners, then use dish soap and a dishwashing scrub brush to remove the stubborn greasy stains. In case, your stove is an electric one, you need to remove the heating coils and the burner plates underneath, then you can begin scrubbing the baked-on food.
  4. First check whether the cleaning detergent you're going to use is approved by the manufacturer for your kitchen stove. Most oven cleaning London professionals advise you not to use abrasive cleaning agents because they can scratch the surfaces of your stove and damage its polish. If there are any stubborn stains that you can't deal with, just cover them with a soapy paper towel for about an hour.
  5. Once you have finished cleaning the stove, wipe the entire stove with a clean cloth. Place the grates or the burner plates and coils on the stove and you can use your stove again.
Following these 5 simple steps, you'll have a clean stove.


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