If it’s time that your stove burners got a good deep cleaning, there’s no need to buy special cleaning products. Apartment Therapy’s Unplggd has some tips for cleaning those caked on spots. Take a look:
- After burners have completely cooled, remove them from the stove top. They should slide right out with a gentle tug and lift from the connection point, but refer to your manual if you are unsure about how to remove yours.
- Use a cloth dipped in a little bit of mild dish soap and water to wipe residue from the burner coils. Make sure that you don’t get any part of the electrical connection wet!
- If there are tough, caked-on spots that won’t come off, try making a paste of baking soda and water. Apply this to tough spots, let sit for about 20 minutes, and then scrub and rinse the burner.
- Let burners dry completely before replacing them.
Thanks to Unplggd for the tip!