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Most gas stoves have removable burners. This allows for convenient cleaning of the stove and makes burners easy to replace if they begin to malfunction or leaks. Removable burners can be replaced by homeowners, making th... More »

To clean an electric coil burner, use a dishcloth with mild soap to remove residue. For stuck-on residue, use a baking soda paste, and let it sit for 20 minutes before wiping it off. More »

To clean enamel stove covers, wash the covers in the dishwasher or with hot water and soap. Difficult stains can be removed with ammonia and hot water. Some stains, such as heat damage that causes discoloration, may not ... More »

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The best products for cleaning gas stove burners depend on the frequency of cleaning the burner pans and typically include powder scouring cleaners, oven cleaners, scouring pads or a mixture of ammonia and hot water. Dis... More »