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I have an electric glass-top stove. I only use the cleaner on it when it has to be cleaned. There is a big black stain on one of the rings (not scratched); and a black circular stain on another of the rings. I cannot remove these stains and they look awful. The stove top cover is only about two years old; if that. What can I do to remove these stains without having someone come and charge me to fix same I certainly paid enough for it when I got it.

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You may try jewlers rouge the have it in the tool department at lowes in the dremel tool section it comes in a small bottle
by the way a little goes a long way, put a dob of it on a cloth and go in circles it should remove the ring it will take some time so be patient a lot cheaper than a new top

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