Gas hobs are a little more difficult to clean than ceramic hobs but it doesn’t mean that they cannot remain spotless! It just means they require a little more elbow grease. Make sure to turn off all burners and ensure that they are completely cool before starting the cleaning process.
Fill a basin with warm soapy water. You can also add a teaspoon or two of baking soda to this basin for added good measure. Remove the surface burners and the burner grates and let them soak in the soapy water for several minutes.
Use a soft sponge to wipe away at the grime and use a straight pin to clean the inside holes where the flames are emitted in the surface burners. Rinse the burners and the burner grates in hot water to remove any excess grime or suds and then place upside down on a dry towel and leave them to dry for an hour or so.
Now spray the gas stove top with a cleaning solution or a home-made mixture of baking soda and water. Use a sponge to spread the mixture around, scrubbing at any tough stains. Now use a clean dry cloth to wipe down the surface.
Once you have finished make sure to replace your surface burners and burner grates into their original positions. Fantastic, you now have a beautifully clean gas hob!