After cooking, you’ll notice food stains and masala spills along with oily deposits on your gas stove. Try these simple cleaning tips using everyday kitchen items.
It is best to wipe off any stains you notice on the kitchen platform as soon as you spot it. If the stains are left unattended, they’ll dry and become difficult to get rid of. Remove the tough stains on your gas stove using these simple yet efficient tips.
Do not use steel wool to scrub your gas stove as it is abrasive and can damage your stove.
1) Use Onion
To clean the stains on your gas stove, cut a mid-sized onion in four parts. Boil the onion pieces for 20-30 minutes. Let the water cool down. Then, soak a sponge or a cleaning rag in this water and scrub the stained area of your gas stove with it.
Now, prepare a cleaning solution by mixing 2 tsp. of dishwashing liquid in a bowl of water. Dip a sponge in the cleaning solution and scrub your gas stove with it. Wash off the soapy solution with plain water. Your gas stove will be as shiny as the day you bought it.
2) Use Baking Soda
Remove stubborn food stains on your gas stove using baking soda. All you have to do is mix 1 tbsp. of baking soda in a bowl of water. Let the solution boil on medium flame for 15 minutes. Once the water cools down, add 2 tsp. of a dishwashing liquid to it. Mix well. Your cleaning solution is now ready. Scrub the stains on your gas stove with a sponge and your gas stove will be stain-free in minutes.
3) Use Lemon
To remove stains from your gas stove, cut a lemon in two pieces. Rub one of the parts directly onto the stained area of your gas stove and leave it for 10 minutes. The acidic lemon juice will lift the stains. To wash your gas stove, add 2 tsp. of dishwashing liquid in a bowl of water. Mix well. Use a soft sponge to wipe clean your gas stove. Now, wipe away the soapy solution with plain water. Finally, wipe the stove dry using a soft towel.
Try these tips to get rid of the stains from your gas stove in minutes.