by Karen Bates
(last updated January 5, 2015)
The electric range in your kitchen can become a nightmare if left long enough without cleaning. Crumbs collect, grease builds up, and unsightly spills cover the area, making the whole kitchen seem dirty. If your oven range has started to collect food crumbs and spill spots, it is definitely time for a cleaning. It isn't at all fun to clean this part of your kitchen because it is the most prone to spots and messes from cooking, but it really isn't so bad if you take a step-by-step approach to the task. Follow these simple steps and you'll have a sparkling clean electric range before you know it.
It can take a little time to get the range totally clean due to stuck-on stains and the time it might take to soak the burner parts. Remember that prevention is key: when something spills, wipe it up right away before it hardens onto the surface. Also, consider investing in burner covers so that food particles don't fall into the burners so easily.
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