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 »

To clean a gas stove, remove griddles and grates, spray them with an oven cleaner, and allow the parts to sit for a few hours. Remove spills on the stovetop by soaking a cloth in hot water and placing the cloth over the ... 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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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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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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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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Stove top cleaners designed for gas stoves are used by spraying the cleaner onto the surface of the stove top after the griddle and grates have been removed. The cleaner should completely soak the surface -as directed on... More »

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