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Take care to wipe down your stovetop after each use. As soon as the surface cools, give it a once-over with dish soap and water. If there are stains, use baking soda. Sprinkle this eco-friendly cleaner over the affected area, then let it stand for a few moments before wiping it away with a damp cloth. Got tough stains on your burners? Then be sure to purchase TORNADE. This cream cleaner gets rid of grease and oil and other deep stains that have been burned on to your stovetop. Alternatively, if you have a glass-ceramic cooking surface, the cream cleaner COOK TOP is your best bet. With the help of a stovetop scraper and a sponge, you’ll be able to tackle the toughest of stains. Cleaning the oven Most ovens have an auto-cleaning feature. However, the cleaning cycle may cause grease on the glass door to harden. The solution? Simply spread some TORNADE over the area before starting up the auto-clean cycle. This product is specifically designed to clean away grease. To finish the job, wipe down the sides of the interior once the cleaning cycle has finished. The odourless cleaner PRO-LINK works best for this task. Cleaning the control panel The control panel and the knobs should be cleaned with dish soap and a bit of water. Don’t rub too vigorously as often the lettering can peel off with excessive force. Cleaning the outside of the door Is your oven made of stainless steel? Clean stains on the outside of the door with STAINLESS POLISH, then use PRO-LINK to protect the surface from smudges caused by fingers and acidic foods. Drop by our store to pick up the products mentioned in this article, or order them online. If you’re having issues with your stove, Ateliers G. Paquette has all the replacement parts you need, and also provides superior electric appliance repair services. Contact us today!


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