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stainless steel panel 2 burner

Table top/built in stainless steel panel 2 burner

Direct injection lotus fire

Heat evenly with strong fire

Adjusting fire in fifth gear

Flame-out protection device

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Product Description

Item Gas Cooktops
Features Easily Assembled/Easily Cleaned
Product size 480*810*220 mm
Installation Built-in/ Table top
Surface Material Stainless steel panel material
Gas Type N.G or L.P.G
Heat Power 4.8 KW

The last time we show you one method to clean the stainless steel, hope can help you to clean the stove, and this time, we’re going to show you the another way to clean the stainless steel stove, here we go!


Method 2, Cleaning your stove

Wipe down your appliances in the direction of the grain.

Get a washcloth slightly damp and then wipe down your stove. Start at the top of your stove and work your way downwards as you clean. Remember to clean in the direction of the grain. Vertical grains should be wiped down vertically and horizontal grains should be wiped down horizontally.

Apply a special cleaner for harsh stains.

After giving your stone an initial cleaning with your detergent solution, look for any harsh stains. If there is any splattered food or grease on your stove, use a special cleaner to remove it.

Cleaners containing oxalic acid are usually the best course of action for a stainless steel stove.

However, you should double check your owner's manual to make sure such cleaners are safe for your stove.

When applying a cleaner on dirt and grease stains, remember to move your rag in the direction of the grain.

Rinse and dry your stove.

After applying cleaners, rinse your stove off completely. Dampen a clean wash cloth with hot water. Run it over the stove, moving in the direction of the grain, until the water runs clear. Immediately dry your stove with a paper towel or cloth.

It's very important to use hot water only to rinse off a stainless steel stove.