Using Mr. Clean on Electric Stovetop Burners?

I sprayed my electric stove top burners with Mr. Clean. Is that safe?

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April 9, 20180 found this helpful
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I cannot see any reason that Mr. Clean would be unsafe but if you did not clean/wipe most of it off, your burners may "smell" when turned on.

  • Electric stove coil burners and gas stove grills are usually easier to clean by removing them and cleaning them in your sink or in a pail of water with added cleanser like Ajax, Barkeepers Friend, etc..
  • Let them soak and then scrub with a brush or abrasive pad.
  • You can also try Soft Scrub or baking soda as these work also.
  • These cleaners work with the drip pans also.
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April 5, 20181 found this helpful

I take my burners out first. I use liquid dishwashing detergent. I dont think Mr Clean is unsafe.

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