VITREOUS ENAMEL STOVE
While your enamel stove is hard-wearing, it should be treated with care.
It should always be cleaned only when it is cool.
Wipe down your stove regularly with a damp cloth followed by a polish with a dry duster. For stubborn stains remember to only use a non-abrasive, soapy pad or a manufacturer recommended cleaning product.
Never use abrasive pads or cleaning agents that contain citric acid.
MATT BLACK STOVE
Always use a dry duster to wipe down your matt stove; never use water as it will cause your stove to rust.
If you want to give your matt stove a face lift, you can freshen it up with either an aerosol spray paint or a brush-on paint...both available at Clonmel Plumbing.
CLEANING YOUR STOVE GLASS
Again, only clean the glass when your stove is cool.
The glass in your stove should typically clean itself when there is sufficient heat generated. However, some conditions may cause creosote to build up on the glass. You can use hot soapy water and a cloth or an approved stove glass cleaner such as Stovax, available at Clonmel Plumbing.
To help prevent your glass from blackening:
THE LONGEST LIFE FOR YOUR STOVE
If you have any queries in relation to your stove you might get some good information on the Stovax Website: https://www.stovax.com/information/technical-information/