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At Ateliers G. Paquette, we sell, maintain and repair appliances of all kinds in cities across Quebec (Laval, Montreal, Repentigny, etc.). In this blog post, we offer our top tips on how to keep your stove and oven—and all its parts—working well and looking great. Clean as you go

Don’t let grease spills and burnt food dry out and harden on your stovetop before cleaning them up. The longer you wait, the harder it’ll be to get rid of the mess. If stubborn grime is left unattended, you’ll wind up needing to use force (or a specially formulated cleaning product) to eliminate stubborn grime. However, these tactics will end up damaging the surface over time so it’s best to simply clean as you go. Use non-abrasive cleaning supplies It can be tempting to use steel wool, scrub pads or abrasive cleaning solutions to rid your stovetop of dirt and grime. However, at Ateliers G. Paquette, we know from experience that you’re much better off using a more gentle solution to avoid scratching your stove or any of its parts. Choose safe cleaning products Various products are specially formulated to clean the different parts of a stove (oven, stovetop, burners, grills, etc.). To avoid polluting the air inside your home, avoid harsh cleaning products that give off toxic vapours. At Ateliers G. Paquette, we offer a line of safe and effective cleaning solutions for appliances—talk to one of our associates to find out more. Did you know that you could do a great job maintaining your appliances using supplies you already have on hand? Eco-friendly ingredients like soap, white vinegar, lemon juice, baking soda, kosher salt and hot water are all tried-and-true solutions to keep your home appliances sparkling. Ateliers G. Paquette, your oven maintenance and repair experts We service appliances throughout the province. Need one of our experienced technicians to drop by? Contact us! Looking for a spare part? Order it from our online store, or head to one of our distribution centres located in Montreal, Quebec City or Repentigny.


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