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 »

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Standard dishwashing liquid and hot water can be used to clean gas stove burner grates, and a commercial oven cleaner can be used to remove burnt-on or caked-on debris on the grates. Use a pin or paper clip to clean out ... More »

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To clean stove burner grates, soak them in warm, soapy water, and scrub with a non-metal soap pad, rinse the grates well, and seal each grate in a plastic bag with a 1/2 cup of household ammonia. Wait overnight, and rins... More »

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Remove caked-on grease and other debris from gas stone grates quickly and efficiently using grease-fighting dish soap, non-abrasive cleanser, a nylon scrubbing pad and plenty of hot water. Cleaning can be undertaken with... More »

All-purpose spray-on cleaners, nylon-bristle brushes, and nylon cleaning pads are safe cleaning products for continuous-cleaning ovens. A cold, wet sponge or paper towel removes cleaning-product residues and food particl... More »

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Gas burners work using a mixture of natural gas and oxygen that is ignited by a pilot light, or, in newer stoves, an electric spark igniter. The height of the flame is determined by the amount of gas fed into the burner.... More »

Common problems reported with gas stoves include burners that do not ignite properly and ovens that do not get hot; these can often be remedied by thorough cleaning and replacing minor electrical parts. There are a numbe... More »

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