Question about Cooktops
While cooking, sugar boiled over and it looks as if it burned into the glass. Can it still be used or fixed or does it need to be replaced?
Princess House offers a ceramic top cleaner that includes sulphuric acid. Using it, I have removed at least half the scars from burning food onto my schott cerami cooktop.
Unfortunately, some stains are more accurately pits...which it seems can not be resurfaced, but effect the cooking very little.
Princess House is a 'party' company, like amway. I imagine a Google will stear you in the right direction.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Sugar spills on a hot surface will 'pit' the glass surface. There is no way to repair. The damage caused to the surface is only cosmetic and will not affect the performance or operation.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
Hey pam i just cleaned my black blobs (forgot the marshmallow) off using my hubbys paint scraper very gently
your suppose to clean sugar spills immediately using a metal razor/scraper at a 30degree angle
im in a rental house and my stoves brand new so i am very paranoid a good product to use is as well is cerapol its like a polish
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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