When I was cooking my husband’s birthday celebration handa, I learned that only one out of four burners was working! This is terribly disappointing, as our La Germania gas range/oven is barely two years old! My mother-in-law was suggesting that we bring it to a service center, but I did not have time and got so much to cook. As I was ranting about it, our new helper suggested a technique: vacuum the “insides”. Pardon my term, as I do not know the technical/official term for what I am trying to identify. Basta yung pinangggagalingan ng apoy, ‘yun, i-vacuum!
I realized, “Onga ‘no? A strong vacuum cleaner will definitely siphon out anything that causes blockage.” Cynthia, our new helper, used to work in Dubai and she relates that she used to vacuum her former boss’s stove-oven every month.
While our stove-oven still needs to be brought to a service center, we definitely saw a significant improvement after Cynthia vacuumed it. Definitely a good stove cleaning tip! By the way, if your stove is “powered” by an LPG, do not forget to close the LPG. Or better yet, remove the LPG’s attachment from the stove, as the vacuum cleaner might suck out the gas from the LPG.
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