And I am really in the mood.
And so, the next vict..er, target was the stove. It looked so dirty and after each cooking session, I noticed there were a lot of fine particles surrounding each burner. Naturally, I gave them all a good scrubbing with the Jif and out came all the debris. Or shall I call them carbons...
Anyway, things looked good after I cleaned the burners and noticed the fire was coming out strong on most holes like jet flames. But then, thing started to go wrong when I turned the burners off, the fire did not go out. It was on the burner's edges.
Suddenly, the cupboard doors below the stove slammed open and there was a fireball. I was suprised and shocked, and with an almost small-kid crying shout, 'shit' I ran out and disconnected the gas cylinder.
It was not until I started to smell something burnt did I realise that some of my hair was burned as well. I thought I was funny in the movies where their eyebrows or facial hair were burned off but slowly, when I started to feel my face.
|Man. Just leave the place alone for a month and this is the amount of dust that appaeared|
|Just look at the amount of carbon on the sink. Its like fine black pepper. Most of the burner are rusted.|
|Funnily enough, the smell was still there and then I started to brush the left side of my hair... holee.. But l think I was lucky since they were wet from heavy sweating which sort of protected the hair.|
|Luckily (or so I think) my glasses protected my eyebrows and eyelids but they're a little sticky when I blink. And prickly when I rub my eyes.|
|After a nice shower, yeah, those back stuff were the burnt hairs...|
|And then when I started to dig my nose... aw, hell no!|
Maybe I did not stack the burners right. Maybe I forgot to turn off the gas earlier. But whatever it is, I really need to get the stove checked out. I was lucky but I don't want to push my luck too much.