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Cleaning your Kitchen Stovetop from grease and grime!

Keeping your stovetop clean is an essential part of maintaining a hygienic and healthy kitchen. A dirty stovetop can not only be unappealing to the eye, but it can also be a fire hazard if left unattended for too long. Here are some easy steps to help you clean your stovetop effectively and efficiently:

House cleaning in Fort Wayne. One of the homes we clean with a deep cleaning. Picture of the stovetop.
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1. Gather your supplies: Before you begin cleaning your stovetop, make sure you have all the necessary supplies. You will need a soft sponge or microfiber cloth, dish soap, baking soda, and vinegar. You can also use a specialized stovetop cleaner if you prefer.

2. Remove the burners and grates: Start by removing the grates and burners from the stovetop. These can be soaked in soapy hot water to help remove any built-up grease and grime.

3. Wipe down the stovetop: Using a microfiber cloth or soft sponge, wipe down the stovetop to help take off any crumbs or loose debris. Ensure to get into all the hard-to-reach areas and corners of the stovetop.

4. Use baking soda: If you notice any burnt-on-food or stubborn stains, sprinkle some baking soda over the affected area. Let it sit for a few minutes before you scrub gently in circular motions with a microfiber cloth or soft sponge.

5. Use vinegar: For any remaining tough stains or marks, you can use vinegar. Mix equal parts water and vinegar and put in a spray bottle and apply it to the stovetop. Let it sit for a couple of minutes before wiping, clean with a soft sponge or cloth.

6. Clean the grates and burners: After soaking in hot soapy water, use a soft sponge or brush to scrub away any stubborn grease or grime. Rinse thoroughly with hot water.

7. Dry the stovetop, grates, and burners: Using a clean towel wipe all the remaining moisture off the stovetop, grates, and burners.

8. Reassemble the stovetop: Once everything is clean and dry, reassemble the grates and burners. Make sure they are secure and properly aligned.

With these simple steps, you can keep your stovetop looking shiny and clean, and help make sure that it stays in good working order for years to come. Remember to clean your stovetop regularly to prevent any build-up of grime and grease, and always be careful when working with hot surfaces.



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