Clean up your electric stove regularly

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Electric Stoves have its edge against the gas powered ones. Some homemakers prefer it in fact as against their gas counterparts for safety reasons. Builders and Contractors

But like gas stoves, electric stoves need care and maintenance too.

Apartment Therapy shared ways to ensure your electric stove remains spic and span. “Does your pot frequently runneth over? If you’re part of the regularly-sets-off-the-smoke-alarm-while-cooking-dinner club, chance are your stove burners are in desperate need of attention. Whether it’s your fault, or the previous tenants’, the burners aren’t going to clean themselves. Or are they? Well, yes, and no. You can set your burners to high, remove any pots or pans, and let them burn off any caked-on food for a few minutes- but this technique can only go so far. To get a really good, deep-down, clean-clean, you’ll need to actually remove the burners from the stove and use some good old-fashioned elbow grease.”

Take a look at the step-by-step instructions here.

Easy Clean-up meantime shared a video on how to clean up an electric stove.

“I enjoy cooking, but pretty much despise cleaning up after (especially if my husband was involved!). This video shows a quick and easy way to clean your electric stove that won’t leave you with any excuses for having a dirty range.”

Electricians. Watch the video here.

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This stove meanwhile gives you electricity instead of it using it up. featured a wooden stove that could help power your house. “This wood-burning stove makes electricity. It is portable, low-powered and can output 500 Watts DC. It can supply power to an entire house and be used to cook with. This stove is already in production and has been used in many parts of the world.”

Check out the amazing stove here.

So how do you want to cook your meals?

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