5 common kitchen ingredients for expertly cleaning a gas stove



When it comes to South African kitchens, cleanliness plays a key role, after all, cleanliness is next to godliness.

Let us agree that cleaning the kitchen is a task. From oil stains to masalas, there is a lot that needs smart hacks.

Today, we are going to talk about 5 readily available kitchen ingredients that can be used to clean a gas stove like a pro.

Scroll down to learn the details and techniques.

1. Onion

You can also use onions to remove stains from your gas stove. All you need to do is, boil some onion pieces for 20 minutes. Let the water cool down. Scrub the grease stain with this water and a sponge, and your gas stove will be clean in a matter of minutes.

2. Vinegar

Simply pouring a few drops of white vinegar on dirt can do wonders, too. Allow the vinegar to rest for a while, and then use a sponge to remove stains from masalas. You can even soak some baking powder in the vinegar for effective results.

3. Baking Soda

The most popular ingredient that is used to clean gas stoves is baking soda. When mixed with lemon juice or white vinegar, it gives effective results when cleaning gas stoves.

4. Lemon

Lemon peel and juice both work well for cleaning gas stoves. When mixed with dish liquid or baking soda, it helps remove dirt and stains from the surface and results in a shiny gas stove.

5. Dish liquid

It is also one of the most popular ingredients used daily in South African kitchens to clean gas stoves. Simply apply some liquid to a sponge and scrub to remove dust and dirt.