Foiled Burned on Glass Stovetop Burner?

I have a smooth glass top stove. I put a peice of aluminum foil on the hot burner. It only was on the glass for a moment. When I removed it, some of the foil melted into the glass. It is not "a lump of foil" that can be easily scapped off with a razor. It actually seems that the foil melted into the glass. I have tried using vinager, salt, oven cleaner,oxiClean, lemon, and baking soda paste. Any other ideas out there?



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By Cheryl from Missouri (Guest Post)
June 27, 20050 found this helpful

Have you tried contacting the stove's manufacturer? I would call the toll-free number or contact them through their website and see what they recommend. What have you got to lose?

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By Jennifer,CA (Guest Post)
July 5, 20050 found this helpful

Try Bar Keeper's Friend. Go to
I've found this product at Walmart, Bed Bath And Beyond, grocery stores too. Between $2-3

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By Steve (Guest Post)
February 22, 20080 found this helpful

I ended up doing the same thing trying to cook popcorn on the stove, the top seemed to be scratching from moving the pot back and I tried putting foil under the pot....bad idea same results as you...didn't think aluminum foil melted

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