cleaning stove top

cciaffoneMarch 22, 2009

Just restarted home brewing. Using a large, big, heavy

flat-bottom pot on a standard porcelain electric range.

On the porcelain around the base of the burner, under

the pot, get a brownish char-like deposit. Cannot remove.

Have tried solvents, ammonia, bleach, vinegar,

soft-scrub. Afraid steel wool with scratch the porcelain.

Suggestions?

chuck

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kim1994

Soft scrub and a green scrubby sponge should remove it; but, you may need to use a stainless steel scrubby sponge. We use them on stove tops in our professional cleaning business; and no, it doesn't scratch. (Keep the surface wet and rub lightly at first to test.)

    Bookmark   March 24, 2009 at 12:01AM
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