Storing the kitchen’s main buddy; The Cooker

Nov / 05 / 2018

While you have settled in your luxurious and comfortable Devtraco Plus apartment, you may have prepared a couple of meals and look forward to a lifetime of amazing meals from your lovely kitchen and your best facilitator, the cooker (Electric or Gas), with a special focus on the stove. Here are ways to keep your cookers using the best cleaning and storage practices to keep them lasting.

Allow your stove to cool

Turn off all your gas burners and allow the stove to cool down completely before cleaning. When you clean a stove while hot you are most likely to burn your skin. Just let them cool off. Thereafter, remove the burner grates and caps. After the cooling, lift your burner grates and caps away from the stove. Place them in the sink. You can place them in a large bucket or wash basin if you do not have a sink.

Fill the sink with warm water and dish soap

Completely submerge the burners in hot water and add a drizzle of dish soap to the water while it is running to create suds. Allow the burners to soak while you clean your stove.

Brush away loose debris

With a cleaning brush or paper towel, brush away any loose debris. Don’t worry too much about scraping caked on food and grime.

Clean around the burners

Use a toothbrush to get into the crooks where the burners and caps sit. These areas can be tough to reach with a rag. Then wipe the area clean with a rag then dry the stove. Use a clean cloth or paper towel to dry the stove’s surface. Drying the stove’s surface will prevent streaking and make your stove’s surface shine.

With these, your burners will do just fine.

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