I cleaned a hard to remove spot off of the screen with a Mr Clean Magic Eraser and now there is a large discolored spot that won't go away. Do I need a new screen? If so is it easy to repair/replace? Does anyone know the part number for the screen? Can I fix it myself or do I need to hire someone to do it? Thanks.
Check if the cleaner you use discolor or remove the clear of the screen. Touch the cleaned part and somewhere else on the screen to see if is rougher than the part you didn't clean-up.
If this did not occur you can clean it up completely and watch the difference. If it's rough as I described you, a replacement will be necessary.
It is easy to replace. Very easy.
Part Number: 23430829
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the yellowish "staining" is a result of a bad seal. Since it is heat changing the color of the surface, you would probably have to do some damage to remove the discoloration, either like a soft abrasive scrub or other, bleach will not fix that. Sounds like the cleaning cycle could be too long or otherwise too hot for too long? Perhaps a wipe down with a damp cloth to the interior of the oven prior to a self clean to remove any loose material may help.. Also if there are any other vents for this oven (say under one of the burners of the stove top) make sure they are kept free and clear of any blockage of air flow.. Best regards Ck
hmmm once discolored I do not think there is a way really to get rid of discoloration , this is usually caused by sun shinning down on white and sort of bleaching it.
there is only two things that I know of that might be able to help. 1 is use a arm and hammer magic eraser on the watch face this is the safer of the two things.
2 is use a mild rubbing alcohol ( WARNING: THIS COULD DAMAGE YOUR WATCH FURTHER) I would start of by mixing half and half with water the alcohol in small cup and using it lightly on face to see if it discolors watch further. If not start rubbing and see if it helps remove some of the discoloration. if it does not add some more alcohol and test small area to see if it does any damage or not if not try it again . keep doing this , you might be able to use the alcohol with out water just depends. I would always test tout first though.
I'm happy to say burnt milk can be removed with a combination of cerama bryte and let sit for one hour and then lots o elbow grease hard rubbling with also applying Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works very well but you have to still rub alot to get it safely scratch-free removed.