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How to wash electric stove

Stove, not washed for several days (or even weeks) - a nightmare for housewives. Burnt food residues, clotted fat - all this must be removed, and if the wrong approach to the process, it can be a long and time-consuming.

How to wash electric stove

You will need:

- latex gloves; - Soap or dishwashing detergent; - Warm water; - Means for cleaning plates or means for kitchens; - A sponge or a rag; - Wooden blade.

Instruction how to wash electric stove

Step 1:

Set the switch to the zero position and unplug from the mains electric stove. Most models of removable switches - remove them and put them in a container with warm water and soap or dishwashing detergent, let them "soak" and to clean with a sponge or a brush for washing dishes.

Step 2:

Moisten the surface of the plate and burners sponge richly moistened with warm water or soapy water and leave to stand for 5-10 minutes, then remove the sop of food residues with a sponge or a wooden spatula. To clean the burners, you can also use wire wool.

Step 3:

Wear rubber gloves and put on a wet surface of the plate non-abrasive detergent. This may be a liquid or gel to clean the plates (they produce a variety of manufacturers) or other means marked "Kitchen" - they usually do well with fatty deposits. If you do not advocate the use of "strong" chemistry - can be used to clean the plates diluted dishwashing liquid or solution of a laundry soap. Similarly treat the front plate panel.

Step 4:

Wait 10-15 minutes to soften fat. Make sure to keep the surface wet plate - otherwise the cleaning will have to start all over again.

Step 5:

How should I clean the plate with a damp cloth or sponge, removing dirt, rinse with clean water. If close to the burners were blots - apply a detergent polluted places again and repeat the procedure.

Step 6:

If the support ring by means of which is attached to the burner plate, turned yellow - do not try to return it to its original color. This metal reaction to exposure to high temperatures, and it is irreversible.