Home Hacks: How to remove scratches and disinfect the stove with bicarbonate?

Does your stove get dirty, but you never find the time to clean it? It may seem like a difficult chore, but it’s not.

It’s important to clean your stove every one to two weeks, depending on how often you cook. This will help make your cooking experience smooth. Plus, a clean stovetop is a big step towards creating a welcoming kitchen. You’ll make a great first impression on all your guests.

Check out this article to learn how to clean your stainless steel cooktop. We discuss several strategies, from wiping off easy-to-remove dirt to removing stubborn grease and other tough stains.

What you need:

-A few towels
-Baking soda paste (3 parts baking soda, 1 part water)
-Spray bottle

  1. Make baking soda paste.
    Mix three parts baking soda with one part water. To clean your stovetop, you probably only need one to two cups, depending on the size of your stovetop. In this case, simply add water and mix it with the baking soda until you have a thick paste.

Baking soda works well too, but the paste will adhere better to the surface of your stainless steel stovetop, allowing it to break down tough stains more effectively.

  1. Apply baking soda paste to your stovetop.
    Use a wall brush to apply the paste to your stove. Leave the holes in the top of your stove where the gas escapes uncovered to ensure you keep the inside of your stove in good condition during the cleaning process.
  2. Wait about two hours.
    The baking soda needs some time to harden before you can continue the cleaning process.
  3. Spray vinegar on your stove.
    This will cause a sizzling reaction and the stubborn grease and dirt on your stove will continue to break down. Spray your entire stove and let the baking soda and vinegar react.
  4. Wipe down your stove.
    Once your baking soda and vinegar paste mixture has done its job, cleaning your stove should be as simple as wiping it down with a towel. If your stains don’t break down, you can simply repeat this process.
  5. Dry your stove with a clean towel.

And that it you stove is now clean and you can cook your meals with pleasure!

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