Cleaning the gas range
We are really close to full completion, and are using our new gas range. Hurray!!! Or so I thought. We have the GE Cafe, dual fuel which the spousal unit and I both love the look and function of, yet every time we cook on it, it needs a thorough cleaning. Not that we are sloppy, but things spatter and drip.....such that even if we only use one burner, we end up needing to clean the entire top. Removing all three grids......etc etc.
Our old ceran top was a breeze to clean, just wipe with a sponge, some Fantastik or such and viola.
This is a stainless top, and we read in great horror what befalls us if we fail to clean up every drip every time we use it. But, would really like to ditch our collection of take out menus.....and start cooking again. Any thoughts? Cover the unused parts with cheap aluminum foil? (seems bizarre, right?)