My flat top stove has circles around the burners from where I have put wet pans on them. Does anyone know a way to get rid of these?
By The Boys and Me from New Bern, NC
I have always used Bar Keeper's Friend. (05/13/2009)
I scrape off any build up with a razor blade then use a product called CERAMA BRITE, available from Lowe's or Home Depot, to clean my glass top stove. (05/13/2009)
I use Weiman's Cook Top Stove cleaner from Lowe's. Works great! (05/13/2009)
I have used commercial stove stop cleaner with a razor blade and also Bar Keeper's Friend, and both work pretty well. But usually I just use a magic eraser then shine it up with water and a paper towel afterward. (05/20/2009)
I use a razor blade and then baking soda with a damp microfiber cloth to get the leftovers. Works every time! (05/20/2009)
Barkeeper's Friend is very good to remove those circles! Wet the area with a sponge, sprinkle on the Barkeeper's Friend. Use a razor blade to gently remove the burnt-on food. For just plain ordinary cleaning, I use Windex and an old cloth. The cook top will just shine! When the stove was new (in 1992) it came with a bottle of Ceramic Cleaner made by the Corning Ware People. There was also a bottle of Ceramic Polish too. These are available at the Big Box Stores like Lowe's or Home Depot. (05/20/2009)
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