Removing Melted J-Cloth on Glass Top Stove

While cooking, I stupidly grabbed a dry J-cloth to remove food off a still hot element and now there is melted J-cloth on my glass top stove. I have tried all the normal tricks for cleaning, such as the cleaner and letting it soak. Does someone have any suggestions?


By Lynn from Saskatchewan

January 25, 20110 found this helpful

Hi Lynn,

I don't have a glass top stove, but thought about trying steam iron cleaner. I buy it at our local fabric store. If it gets the "gunk" from ironing synthetic fabrics at too high a temperature off, maybe it will work on your stove - ?

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Anonymous Flag
January 25, 20110 found this helpful

I am not sure but I would think carefully using a sharp razor blade to lift it up would work. Angle it like you would when removing paint from a window.

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Anonymous Flag
May 12, 20160 found this helpful

Try some good old bar keepers and a non scratch sponge or mister clean sponge

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