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After my past renters moved, I had to try and clean the dirty oven. I've cleaned it 2 times already and still the drippings, that are burnt on, won't come off. It's a brand new stove, not even a year old. I don't want to scratch the floor of the oven, but if I have to I will, to make it look clean again. HELP !Anything you can suggest will be greatly appreicated. I need help ASAP - new renters moving in in a week.

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What you mean - still the drippings? Any details for this complain
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