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WARNING: Do not wash any part while it is still hot.
4) PARTS IN STAINLESS STEEL
Parts in stainless steel must be cleaned with warm soapy water and dried with a clean soft cloth. Frequent use of cleaning agents designed for stainless steel is recommended.
Periodically, the enamelled trivets, burners and burner caps should be washed with warm soapy water (fig. 5). Ensure they are completely dry and that all holes in the burners are clear of obstructions prior to reassembly. SHOULD THE BURNER CONTROL KNOBS BECOME DIFFICULT TO OPERATE, THEN SEEK APPLIANCE SERVICE.
3) ENAMELLED PARTS
To maintain the characteristic brightness of the enamelled parts, it is necessary that they be cleaned frequently with warm soapy water. Do not clean them while they are hot and never use abrasive powders or cleaners. Stains may be removed by wiping with a clean cloth and soapy water before stains become cold. Stubborn stains may be removed by soaking in hot soapy water. Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, salty water, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with enamelled surfaces.