Depends... I'd rather wipe them clean if they're cold, but if they're hot, I
won't bother burning myself or starting a cloth or rag on fire ;)
Once the stove is cool to touch, I will take the coil things out, wipe them
off and also take those little insert things and rings off and wash them in
the sink if they have gunk from cooking (or anything, really) on them.
Sure beats the smell and smoke that can come out of burning spills off.
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