Life in the kitchen can be a real slog, especially when there is a lot of cleaning up to do. Even if you are not a busy home cook, chances are that you have encountered a lot of mess in the form of crud, food deposits, spillages and splatters. Nowhere is it seen more than under a gas stove that becomes a perfect abode for all that sneaks out of a cooking pot.
And if you are a homemaker often spending more time in the kitchen, then your stove has seen worse. A boiling pot of rice which leaves stains and marks that dry white. Splotches of chicken dish from a busy Monday cooking, droplets of dosa batter from Tuesday, burnt bits of fish fry from a hectic Wednesday, and stinking blobs of milk that spilled out while being boiled at a guest visit. Before you know it, your burners are black, knobs slick with crumb coated oil and grease, the underside of the stove a warehouse that stores all leftovers.
For any home cook, this is an unappealing scene that exposes an unsightly mess in the kitchen. But there is more to it than meets the eye. These bits and crumbs can become a hazard when they find their way into flames. Left unattended, they can badly affect your stove’s performance too. This underscores the importance of daily scrubbing and wiping. The key to cleaning depends on the kind of stove you are using, and not every stove is designed to make cleaning life easy unless you are using those that are easy to maintain. The one that falls perfectly into this category is the Impex Specta Elite Gas Stove which comes with an easy cleaning bonnet stand.