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A dirty gas stove poses more threats than you think. Other than being unhygienic, a burner clogged with food residue produces weak flames, damages the bottom of your cookware with uneven heat, causes inaccurate temperature control, and is a fire hazard. Prevent these by giving your gas stove a wipe down every day, and a deep clean at least once every two weeks, depending on how often you cook. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to clean a gas stove, from gas burner, grates, to all kinds of surfaces.