Suggestions for cleaning the genn air stove top JDR8895aas
I have scrubbed with soap & water, it just does not get clean and shiny(still looks dull and dirty). Should I try Cerama-Brite?? Is it safe for my Genn Air....What else can I try for a clean stove top???
Re: Suggestions for cleaning the genn air stove top...
I have no solution but I have a Jenn-air stove, white with dual fuel and the oven door is badly stained on the top, probably from the vapors when self-cleaning. I have tried many things and they won't touch it. can someone help me out
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You might try a steam cleaner like the Shark Steam Cleaner. If you use a polish, sometimes that makes it worse and makes your tile dull. Just use plain old soap and water. The Shark also scrubs your floors as it cleans.
Have you tried oven cleaner? Use the fumless type, otherwise yo will be overcome by the fumes. Clean the grill just like you would an outdoor BBQ, wire brush, the coat it with a light oil to prevent rusting.
I use Vim creme cleaner. Police use it to polish the chrome on their guns. Using a paper towel squirt a tablespoon or two all over black stove top (I have a gas one) Then with a wad of wet paper towels scrub and clean off all the dust, grease and water spots. For the final step, get a dry, soft towel and rub to a nice shiny finish reoving the residual Vim streaks. Works very well and does not take a lot of time.
I had the same issue with washing the top with water and cleaning solution. I had arching, eventually one burner failed to ignite. I tried the above solution and it did not work. Remove the ceramic top on the burner that will not ignite. Turn on another working element. Do you see the igniter working?
If so slowly turn on the gas on the failed burner and it will ignite. I'm looking into what component automatically controls the igniting and gas release when the knob is turned on.
1.black top nice and shiny, as far as streaks your gonna ahve to find a cleaner that works for you , i have a black cooktop and my wife uses clorox wiped to clean and then with paper towel wipes off and dries
2. as far as "saddle grill" calling the manufacture (number inside your manual) will be best source of info on that, of course unless you can find an aftermarket 3rd party maker
The firstly the top is like a beautiful shiny black car. It dazzles the eye when clean, but shows every little mess and evaporation spot when it is not. The worse problem is grease. Both on the top and on what you wash and dry it with.
At the end of each day, I use a solution of dish washing detergent and hot water to clean the top. I let the solution sit on the top for several minutes, then rinse it off with a clean rag and hot water. Then I do it again. I use a paper towel to dry the top. At first, you think you are leaving streaks, but these are small evaporation trails. Just keep on drying and the steaks disappear.