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?

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By Lynn from Saskatchewan

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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
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
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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