It’s great to gather with family once a month and enjoy some delicious food. But after working hard to prepare the meal, the last thing you want to do is leave the party to clean up the kitchen. Especially when there are spills, grease splatters and burned-on juices at the bottom of the pan or bubbled over in the oven.
The holidays are a time to relax and enjoy yourself, but it can be hard to do that when you’re worried about the state of your kitchen. If only there was an easy way to get rid of all the stuck-on food and stains. Luckily, there is! The Blueoxy Kitchen Cleaning Products can help you remove stubborn burned-on foods, stains, rust, and more from many different kitchen surfaces. The Cleaning Block works on hot and cold surfaces and won’t clog like some sponges and scrubbers. So you can rest assured that your kitchen will be clean and holiday-ready in no time.
Glass Stove Surface Cleaning
A glass stovetop is one of the easiest to clean after cooking a big holiday meal. In most cases, all you need is a damp cloth. Sometimes, after pots have bubbled over or grease has splattered during cooking, the cleanup requires a bit more effort – especially if any food has landed on the burner. For easy, non-toxic and chemical-free cleanup, use your Blueoxy Kitchen Cleaning spray. Blueoxy Kitchen Degrease ring spray is safe to use on most ceramic surfaces.
If you don’t have Blueoxy Kitchen Cleaning Products, baking soda and vinegar can be used as substitutes for dangerous chemicals. They are often found in any kitchen, so they’re sure to be on hand when you’re ready to clean up. Just spray the area with vinegar and sprinkle the baking soda on top. Cover with a damp towel and let everything sit for ten to fifteen minutes. The majority of the caked-on food should be able to be wiped away with ease.
Gas Stove Surface
Cleaning up after a big holiday meal can be a pain, especially if you have a gas stove. The stovetop grates and burners can get in the way of even the easiest cleaning jobs, and stuck-on food can really make things difficult.
If you’re looking for a way to clean your gas stovetop, you can try using some of the same methods you’d use for cleaning a glass stovetop. First, remove the grates and burner tops. Then spray the problem areas with vinegar and a sprinkling of baking soda. After a few minutes covered with a damp rag, the burned-on food should wipe away easily.
As an added bonus, Blueoxy Kitchen Cleaner & Degreaser Spray can be used on other things in the kitchen after a big holiday meal-like pots and pans, the oven, and even the stove grates. Just be sure to test a small area of the item you plan to clean to make sure it won’t get scratched.
Electric Stove Surface
Don’t worry if electric surfaces seem like a new challenge. You can handle it! Once the stove eyes have cooled down, remove the heating coils and set them aside. If the drip plates beneath the heating coils are removable, take them out too. This makes cleaning the whole stove top much easier.
Now that the coils and drip plates are out of the way, you can use a few different cleaning methods to remove any grease or stuck-on food from the stovetop. Then you can clean the coils and drip plates.
Coils may seem daunting, but they’re actually quite easy to clean. Simply wash with soap and water, taking care not to get the plug areas wet. Set them aside to dry fully before you reattach them.
If you’re looking to clean your drip plates quickly and easily, some experts recommend sprinkling them with baking soda and then pouring boiling vinegar over them. Let them soak for 30 minutes, and you should be able to wipe the mess away with a sponge. Or, if you want to save even more time and effort, you could try using a Blueoxy Degreaser on the plates. Just be sure to test it on a small area first to make sure it won’t scratch as you scrub.
Once everything is dry, you can reassemble your stove and get back to having fun with your family during the holidays.