Everyone has a different preference when it comes to grease, whether you like to keep it for reuse or dispose of it. No matter what you prefer, you should never discard grease down the drain. Most of us don’t think about the consequences after pouring grease down our drain until your pipes get clogged and worst case scenario raw sewage backing into your home.
If you noticed that your gas range has a yellow or an orange flame instead of the standard blue flame with yellow tip in the center of the flame, it might be due to the following factors.
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Make sure the burners are clean and placed correctly
If you have an orange or yellow burner flame on your gas range make sure the burner portholes are clean and free of debris. Spillovers and cooking grease can block these openings which can affect the flame color. Make sure the burner holes and ignitor are clean and free from any debris. Use an old toothbrush to clean these areas. If you take the burners apart to clean them, make sure Continue reading