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Cleaning Gas Stove burner

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by Sheshi, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Sheshi

    Sheshi New IL'ite

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    Hi all!

    Last Week after cleaning the Gas stove (not the electric coil), I applied some oil to the burners thinking that rust should not form on it. But after some time I cooked some meals on two of the burners and the burners turned brownish black. originally the color of the burner is some what Alluminium like metal.
    I tried cleaning with almost all the thing. Vinegar, Lime, dishwashing liquid,cascade,baking soda etc. But I could not retain its original color.
    Now my two burners seems to be newer and the other two seems to be very bad.

    I'm living in a rental house. I hope people can understand my situation. Can anyone give me good suggesstion to clean up the burner stain .

    I really feel very bad for having made such a big mistake. Scrubbing,soaking, scrubbing and I'm totally restless.
     
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  2. Srama

    Srama Finest Post Winner

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    sheshi, probably the oil got burnt and stained the aluminum. Hopefully it all worked out ok eventually!
     

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