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  • Yula24
    Member
    • Jan 2024
    • 93

    What's the Best Way to Clean the Burner Grates on my Gas Stove?

    The burner grates on my gas stove have become greasy and dirty over time. What's the best method for cleaning them without damaging the surface?
  • eilegnaa
    Senior Member
    • Jan 2024
    • 245

    #2
    Hey there! I've found that a mixture of warm, soapy water and a bit of elbow grease does the trick for cleaning burner grates on a gas stove. Just soak them for a while, scrub with a non-abrasive sponge, and rinse thoroughly. For tougher stains, you can try a paste of baking soda and water or a vinegar solution. Just make sure to dry them completely before putting them back on the stove!

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    • LightRenz
      Senior Member
      • Jan 2024
      • 338

      #3
      I soak our gas stove burner gratesin warm, soapy water, scrub with a baking soda paste, and sometime I soak it in vinegar, and dry thoroughly before placing them back on the stove​

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      • Buttercup
        Senior Member
        • Jan 2024
        • 331

        #4
        Hii! Try to place the burner grates in a large resealable plastic bag with ammonia and let them sit overnight. The next day, remove the grates from the bag, rinse them thoroughly, and wipe them dry. Just be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions and use gloves and adequate ventilation when working with harsh chemicals.

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        • jhoannabuenafe
          Senior Member
          • Jan 2024
          • 362

          #5
          Hey there! Dealing with greasy burner grates can be a hassle, but there are a few effective methods you can try. One popular approach is to soak the grates in a mixture of warm water and dish soap for about 15-20 minutes to loosen up the grease. After soaking, use a scrub brush or sponge to gently scrub away the grime. For stubborn stains, you can also create a paste using baking soda and water and apply it to the grates, letting it sit for a while before scrubbing. Just be sure to rinse thoroughly afterward to avoid any soapy residue. And always remember to check your stove's manual for specific cleaning instructions to ensure you don't damage the surface. Happy cleaning! 🌟 #CleanKitchen #HomeMaintenance

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          • Ruital
            Senior Member
            • Jan 2024
            • 259

            #6
            For those gas stove burner grates, I find soaking them in a mix of hot water and dish soap does wonders. After a good soak, scrub them with a brush or sponge to get rid of the gunk. If there are stubborn spots, a sprinkle of baking soda can be a game-changer. Easy-peasy and no elbow grease required!

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            • Kennethn
              Senior Member
              • Jan 2024
              • 620

              #7
              Turn those greasy grates into sparkling stars with a magical soak!
              Pop them into a sink filled with warm, soapy water and let them soak for a while.
              It's like giving them a spa day - they'll come out looking fresh and rejuvenated, ready to shine bright in your kitchen kingdom!

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