Many professional chefs and family cooks alike prefer using gas burners. Rapid heat changes are simple since the flames don't need time to flare up or cool down. But as the gas ports fill with debris, the accuracy and control offered by gas burners may start to decline. Not to mention, if there are too many grease splatters, they can build up and leave you with caked-on residue that is unsightly. This procedure will revive your burners with common home items and a little elbow grease. To learn how to clean gas stove burners, continue reading.

How often should you clean the gas stove?

The frequency of use determines how frequently you should clean your burners (and how often you spill). A decent rule of thumb is that it may be time for a deep clean if the flame gets erratic or becomes yellow. Otherwise, once a month thorough cleaning should be sufficient, but regular upkeep (such as wiping up spills) will make deep cleaning simpler.

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Vinegar and baking soda, two commonplace products that act as natural cleaners, are used in this technique. Baking soda functions as a gentle scrubber to remove caked-on food and residue, while vinegar aids in the breakdown of grease.

Things you need-

1. Pot holder (optional)

2. Shallow pan

3. White vinegar

4. Water

5. Spray bottle

6. Baking soda

7. Scrub brush or toothbrush

How to clean the grates-

1. Let the burners finish cooling. Remove the burner heads, burner caps, and grates. If any of the removable elements are still warm, you can accomplish this using a pot holder.

2. Half vinegar and half water should be added to a small pan. Place the grates in the pan and cover them entirely.

3. Give them at least 30 minutes to soak in the solution.

4. Rinse the grates after removing them.

5. To make a paste, combine water and baking soda.

6. Apply the paste to the grates. Give them 15 to 30 minutes to rest.

7. To remove tough residue, use a toothbrush or scrub brush.

8. Before reassembling, wash, dry, and clean the burner heads and caps.

How to clean burner heads and caps-

1. In a spray bottle, combine half water and half vinegar.

2. Spray the burner caps and heads liberally.

3. Give them 15 to 20 minutes to rest.

4. To make a paste, combine water and baking soda.

5. The paste should be applied sparingly on the burner heads and caps. Give them 15 to 30 minutes.

6. To get rid of any meals that have been caked on, use a toothbrush or scrub brush.

7. Clean, dry, and put the pieces back together.