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Mum-of-two reveals why you need to deep clean your stove top TODAY – and her secret recipe to make a chemical-free spray

  • An Australian mum has revealed how to deep clean your kitchen stove top
  • Carolina first removed the burners and soaked them in a sink of hot, soapy water
  • She then made a chemical-free spray using water, vinegar and dish soap
  • The spray was added to the stove top and left for 30 minutes
  • The surface was then scrubbed using a soft sponge and microfibre cloth

A cleaning enthusiast has outlined the importance of deep cleaning your kitchen stove top regularly to remove unwanted food stains and grease.

On Instagram Perth mum-of-two Carolina revealed she cleans her stove top by soaking the burners in hot water and makes a chemical-free cleaning spray.

To make the homemade concoction she combined water, vinegar and dish soap in a spray bottle to apply onto the surface of the appliance.

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To make the homemade concoction she combined water, vinegar and dish soap in a spray bottle to apply onto the surface of the appliance

Perth mum-of-two Carolina revealed she cleans her stove top by soaking the burners in hot water and makes a chemical-free cleaning spray

Carolina first removed the burners and placed them in a sink full of hot, soapy water

She then made the cleaning spray and applied it onto the stove top, then left it to sit for 30 minutes

Carolina first removed the burners and placed them in a sink full of hot, soapy water. She then made the cleaning spray and applied it onto the stove top, then left it to sit for 30 minutes

In the Instagram video, Carolina first removed the burners and placed them in a sink full of hot, soapy water.

She then made the cleaning spray, applied it onto the stove top then left it to sit for 30 minutes.

Once half hour had passed, she scrubbed the stainless-steel surface with a soft sponge followed by a microfibre cloth to polish.

The burners and stove were both left looking sparkling clean as if it were a new kitchen that hadn’t been used before.

Once half an hour had passed, she scrubbed the stainless-steel surface with a soft sponge followed by a microfibre cloth to polish

The burners and stove were both left looking sparkling clean

Once half an hour had passed, she scrubbed the stainless-steel surface with a soft sponge followed by a microfibre cloth to polish

The homemade spray is a suitable alternative to using harsh chemicals, which often aren’t ideal to use around children or those who have allergies.

Vinegar was used with water as it’s a natural solution that removes bacteria and germs, while the dish soap contains ingredients to lift stains easily.

For tough stains, it might be wise to apply bi-carbonate soda onto the stove top before squirting the spray.

The bi-carb will safely react with the vinegar and lift hard stains.

The short clip has since been viewed more than 106,000 times and others praised Carolina for sharing the simple but clever insight.

‘Love this, thank you!’ one person wrote.

Another added: ‘I use the same exact recipe but I add some rubbing alcohol as a disinfectant.’

HOW TO DEEP CLEAN YOUR STOVE TOP

Remove grates and burners

Soak them in hot soapy water

In a spray bottle mix 50/50 water and vinegar and 1tbsp of dish soap

Spray stove with mixture and let it sit for 30 minutes

Scrub with a soft sponge and grime and grease will be easily removed

Source: Carolina McCauley

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