Aug 02

Cleaning hobs, griddles and stoves

This blog post will cover best practice for cleaning hobs, griddles and stoves.


Important: Always use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when undertaking any cleaning task and follow the manufacturer’s product use and where relevant dilution guidance.

Cleaning a gas hob, griddle or stove.

make sure the hob, griddle or stove is turned off and is cold.

Remove the burner covers, knobs and drip trays (as possible) and place them in a sink of hot water with detergent diluted according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Scrub the burner covers, knobs and drip trays with an appropriate scourer or strong disposable cloth.

For difficult to remove residues, you may need to soak the equipment before you begin to clean it.

Rinse the items using warm water. Dry them with a paper towel or cloth so that you do not leave any streaks.

Replace all items, taking care to secure everything properly.

Cleaning an electric hob, griddle or stove.

Make sure the hob, stove or griddle is turned off and cold.

Remove the reflector bowls and place them in a sink of hot water with detergent diluted to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Select an appropriate kitchen degreaser product and spray a clean cloth with it. Wipe down the surface around the heating coils.

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