What is the quickest way to clean my stove?


What's the quickest way to get my stove clean

  10 answers
  • DesertRose DesertRose on Jan 12, 2020

    I have a gas range with heavy metal grills on top. I remove the 3 grills and stick them in my dishwasher (per the manual instructions when we bought the new stove). Then I spray Simple Green on the top and let it soak for a few minutes while I finish loading the dishwasher, then I use Simple Green wipes to scrub off the stove. I also use dishrags that have the scrubber underside for those sticky burnt on globs I manage to create when cooking some of our favorite foods. Then I use a Simple Green wipe to wipe down the front of the stove, handles, and top of the fan (usually dusty by the end of every day). I hope this helps Vanessa

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Jan 12, 2020

    Hello, Personally I have a expensive double wall unit with self clean oven option but I prefer to use the traditional spray on cleaners overnight and wipe the mess away he next morning. I do the same with the racks are use the spray on cleaner in a plastic trash bag.

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    Additionally -I clean my interior facing glass greasy build up very similar to how I clean my glass cooktop surface. I use the safety razor-to scrape way the heavy spattered grease and then use cream glass polish.

  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Jan 12, 2020

    I agree with DesertRose for a gas range. Simple green bothers me, so I'll use Lysol Power kitchen or scrubbing bubbles. Avoid getting those cleaners near the gas ports.

    If you have a ceramic cooktop, the process is completely different. I'll use a ceramic cooktop cleaner (Weimans makes one) and a BRAND NEW razor blade. Put a quarter size dab of cleaner on the cooktop, then using a wet sponge, scrub in little circles. Let this watery mess sit for 5 minutes then use the razor blade at a very shallow angle to scrape off stubborn spots. Wipe off the top, but don't rinse. Instead, buff it dry with a soft dry cloth. Ceramic cooktop cleaners contain polymers that bond with the glass and help prevent future sticking.

  • Chloe Crabtree Chloe Crabtree on Jan 12, 2020

    To clean your oven, first scrape out any loose icky burnt stuff and then sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda over all the other gooey, burned spots. Next, put some plain white vinegar in a spray bottle and spritz it over the baking soda. Now, watch for the cool science project that will happen in your oven

  • Baking soda and vinegar made into a paste. Using a suitable non scratch scourer and the paste, scrub off the residue from the stove.

  • Dee Dee on Jan 12, 2020

    Ammonia works very well on stoves. Put it in a spray bottle, and spray and let it sit for a few minutes then clean with a non abrasive scrubbie. That's how I keep my stove clean.

  • Use your self cleaning option or Easy Off! Works great for me :)

  • Dwp7470b Dwp7470b on Jan 17, 2020

    Easy off.

  • Linda Linda on Jan 17, 2020

    One trick I use is the remove any plates from the stove and take them outside and spray them with oven cleaner. Then I remove the knobs and put them in the dishwasher and wash them.