Keeping your gas hob clean and free from old food residue is a very important task, but not many of us understand just how vital it really is. A clean hob can prevent the odours of old, burnt on food from infusing into new dishes, it can help elongate the life of your pots and pans by ensuring an even heat distribution across the bottom, and it can even increase your kitchen safety by making sure anything that’s likely to catch on fire is removed before cooking.
Many homeowners, however, don’t know how to clean a hob or see it as a long, boring, and arduous task. The good news is that it’s actually really easy. For even extra ease, cleaning a gas hob can be broken down into two stages – cleaning the rings, and cleaning the burners. Here’s how to clean a gas hob quickly and easily: