Question about GE Profile JP930 Electric Cooktop
I spend hours trying to clean my new GE profile cooktop. I purchased cerabryte and I am religious about cleaning. Even if I spill water, it leaves a stain that I have to scrub clean. I've read numerous comments online from other people with this problem.
Don't buy one is a good start unless you like to spend a few hours everyday attempting to make it look clean. If you are OC you'll love the cooktop BTW. Crappy engineering and source selection. Include it in the price when you move.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
The problem is you didn't clean the unit before you used it the first time w/ the ceramabrite wax. the glass on your cooktop is porous and unless you seal it before ever using whatever went into the pores originally will always be in the pores and no amount of cleaner will get it out.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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