How to unclog kitchen stoves so they burn correctly

The kitchen needs daily cleaning and maintenance for its proper functioning, especially the countertop. Over time, food debris, limescale and grease  accumulate and end up blocking  the stove burners  .

In fact, it may happen that the stove burners do not work at their maximum capacity and this may be due to the dirt that accumulates inside them.

To solve the problem and  keep your stove burners  in perfect condition:

  1. We start by removing the heat from the kitchen stove.
  2. Take a thin but strong wire and apply electrical tape to one end.
  3. Then insert the metal wire into the gas outlet hole, with the tip covered with electrical tape. You have to be very careful, as if it were a cotton swab.
  4. Remove the wire and put the fire back in place.

This process serves to keep the stove fire free of food residue. The ideal is to practice this operation periodically, at least once a week.

Alternatively, soak your stove burners in a vinegar and lemon juice solution. After about 15 minutes, rinse them with plenty of water and let them dry well before putting them back in their place.