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Re: how to get grease stains off
Hi, Is this a glass top type? If it is then DO NOT use any abrasives, soft scrub, ect. Use a razor scraper like for paint and keep it flat. Then purchase any commercial glass/ceramic cook top cleaner (grocery or hardware or diy store) and use a drop about the size of a dime on each burner. Fold a couple of paper towels and in a circular motion buff the top and when it looks clean turn the towels over on to the dry side and polish it to like new. Good Luck!
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Auto parts stores have manifold and engine paints for high temp use, or the hardware store has barbecue and wood stove paints, usually black. Your stove may have been enameled (Melted glass powder process, like ovens, old sinks and bathtubs).
use caustic soda power mixed with water and wallpater paste so its a thin jelly . apply with a brush and leave over night . rince with warm water on a clean cloth. use rubber gloves and glasses for protection
500g caustic powder
2 pints water
add wallpaper paste powder little at a time till jelly like
metal polish and elbow grease
try a vitrius enamel cleaner. wear gloves and glasses. or make your own
500g causic soda powder,2pints of cold water and mix then add some wallpaper paste to go like a jelly and apply with brush and leave over night.
Your stove has no parts that contain any type of oil or grease. It's possible that the prior owner accidently spilled some oil on the stove. I would continue to clean up the grease and hopefully it will all run down and after the clean up, it will disappear.
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Use DeBruce Polish, we use it on all of our stainless steel AND ceramic cook tops- we also use Debruce Polish on all of our windows. We used Debruce to remove permanant marker from an enameled surface. This stuff is great! We find them at debrucepolish.com. Debruce is non-toxic and odorless- you will love it.
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.
We Use Debruce Polish on all our cooktops. Debruce also works on
stainless steel and polished granite, marble, porcelain, formica and
glass. DeBruce is non-toxic odor-less and eco-friendly. You can get
DeBruce on line at debrucepolish.com.