I have a hotpoint range on one burner i have a burnt area on top i do not know the best way to clean i have tryed my scrub pad that came with my stove and the cleaner i used is CERAMA BRYTE also i put a wet cloth on top of the area and thn tryed to clean buy still the same Please help
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Put the burner base and caps in a resealable plastic bag. Pour in about 1/4 cup ammonia. leave in a safe place away from kids and pets. leave for about 1 to 2 days. In the sink dump the ammonia. Wash the parts with water and scrub with green scrub pad. CAUTION!!! Ammonia is strong stuff. Use gloves goggles and do not breath fumes. Open windows. Never never never mix with bleach.
It is recommended that you use a straight edge razor blade and push in one direction to remove anything stuck to the surface of a glass cook top. Stubborn, cooked on, substances can be cleaned by scrubbing with a light abrasive cook top cleaner and/or a green kitchen scrub pad. The green srub pads are considered non-abrasive and safe for cook tops. You can also use liquid dish detergent (such as Dawn) to break through grease and grime. DO NOT use steel wool, SOS pads, or any scouring powders. These products can permanently scratch or dull the finish on your cook top. If you have any questions please let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.
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!
I had some luck removing food and other stains with the new Vielda Glass Ceramic Scrung (its a sponge)
"Special scour sponge for cleaning glass ceramic cook tops without scratching. Eliminates burnt-in stains and greasy dirt film. Removes grease and loose dirt particles. Microfibre side will create a streak free finish."
I found mine at Walmart. It was a little pricey but if you just use the sponge for the stovetop then it will last a very long time.