CLEAN STOVE TOP GAS BURNER

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Hi friends, today again I bring another cleaning tip... Yes!Today in my place power shut down from morning 9 to evening 6.30... Oh! So hectic without power so me n mom plan to clean our kitchen at the part of preparation for vinayagar chathurthi...

I cleaned my stove top gas burners so I thought to post and may be useful for some of you... Mostly our stove turns dirty when the things overflow especially milk, when we are not near by, it happens isn't? n while splutter oil, seasonings and many more... We have to clean everyday after cooking but in this busy world we couldn't make it, Right? This is very simple and easy technique within 5 minutes your gas stove top will show your happy face on it...

DIRTY GAS BURNERS




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SPARKLING!!!


HOW COULD TURN LIKE THIS,

SHALL WE MOVE TO PROCEDURE...
WHAT U NEED FOR THIS? 

CIF CREAM (Using this cream, its absolutely on my own opinion)
WATER
PLASTIC SCRUBBER
CLOTH...

Lets start cleaning:





REMOVE THE BURNER TOP, RINGS AND STANDS

SPRINKLE CREAM ON IT

SPRINKLE SOME WATER ON IT


SCRUB USING PLASTIC SCRUBBER



BETWEEN WASH THE OTHER
THINGS AND KEEP IT READY


WIPE IT WITH WET CLOTH

AGAIN WIPE WITH DRY CLEAN CLOTH

CAN U SEE THE CHANGES??? 



LOOKS CLEAN?


17 comments:

  1. useful post viji.. i mostly use colin to wash my stove top..

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  2. Thanks for sharing a useful post Viji. Really nice...

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  3. gud to know ur cleaning tips viji...useful post..

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  4. I too use CIF. it really cleans well :) useful post viji !

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  8. useful post dear..i too use CIF or if too many stains then i use Mr Muscel kitchen cleaner...thanks for sharing

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  9. useful post.. i do use Cif.. really it makes our work easy.. :)

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