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Re: burned on stain on burner will not come clean using...
There are some very effective commercial products available. One of the most highly rated is Cerama-Bryte, but BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY....as once it dries it is impossible to remove!!!!! Work in small areas, rub consistently.
As well, mr. clean magic eraser also has worked magic on my mothers stove over the past few years also.
If you wish to stay away from the store-bought chemical....soaking the spots with water and ammonia OR vinegar..(not both) and elbow grease. As well....the razor blade in combo with the liquid.
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Clean the stove so all food residue is removed. Take a single blade razor blade and very slowly scrape the edges of the melted plastic. Blade should be held at a low angle, and only a small amount should be cut away at a time. It will take time, but the plastic will come off.
Once clean, use the manufacturer approved cleaner to clearn the area.
You may want to try to turn the burner on for about 10 seconds on high, and then off to help soften the plastic. Be careful to not burn yourself.
Ceramic cooktop cleaning tips - especially for 2-in difficult-to-remove stain: Best Idea: "Cerama Bryte" + plastic scrubbie Cerama Bryte is specifically designed for this cooktop, works on stains, avail at Hardware Stores.
Other ceramic cooktop tips: 1. "Soft Scrub" plasic scrubbie 2. Comet cleanser + sponge 3. Single-edge razor blade held at 45-degree angle - scrapes off material 4. "Cook Top" cleaner (WalMart) + Mr. Clean "Magic Eraser" abrasive pad 5. baking soda on damp sponge 6. soak stain for awhile with Formula 409, Fantastic, or citrus degreaser ("Orange Clean") 7. ammonia + water - in a 1:1 solution 8. Easy Off oven cleaner - it foams on the stain and does the work for you - let it sit 20 min. 9. the nuclear option: Cerama Bryte under a plastic scrubbie under an orbital sander with sandpaper removed (just the pad down on top of the scrubbie), after pre-soaking in Citrus Degreaser. The sander is a power tool which only saves your joints, and speeds up the chore.
try using the regular ceramic cooktop cleaner, apply and clean as you werewaxing a car, in samll circular motions, any stubbourn stains should be able to be removed by re-applying creme and scraping with razor blade( using flat side down not corners of razor)
I need more information. Smoothtop? Gas? Electric? Stainless steel? Smoothtop, scrape what you can off with a plastic credit card or something similar. If necessary use a razor blade. Finish cleaning with a liquit polishing top cleaner made for smooth top ranges. Regular use will leave a smooth finish that will make it easier to clean. Us only a plastic pad or other non abrasives. Regular porcelain top. clean up as best you can with a dish rag. scrape with a plastic tool. Use oven cleaner if necessary. Don't get oven cleaner on painted or aluminum items. It will remove numbers, writing etc and badly stain aluminum.
CERAMIC COOKTOP CLEANER.. its amde specifcally for it.. nothing else is needed. well exept for a good razor blade as well. clean the stove top as per the directions on the cleanre. small circular motions untill dry and then buff them out with the same circular motions, for the stubborn stains, reapply the cleaner and with the razor blade laying flat scrape of the spots, just dont use the points of the razor be sure to lay ot flat.