Question about Kitchen Ranges
Over the years I've accumulated cooking stains on my stainless steel range top. Is there an ez answer to returning the top to "clean"? At this point I would never recommend stainless steel for any appliance, especially a range top. Thanks for any suggestions you might have. PS: Would steam take off these kinds of stains?
The only way to clean it is with steel wool. I use 2 different grades, but finish with a fine grit-0000. You still can't get it completely clean, no matter what you do. Forget it looking new. It's not real stainless steel if it's model FEF455BBA. I won't EVER buy this sort of top again either. I have had numerous problems with it, including since it conducts heat and doesn't shield wiring from the heat generated by the eyes, it is constantly melting out the plug-in elements for the eyes. I am surprised it hasn't been recalled. I am surprised more people haven't had fires!
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Try using stainless steel magic we use it here it works good
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
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