burned-on spots on new white enamel range top
We got a new gas range--white enamel. My DH was cooking spaghetti in the big pot, which has some old gunk on the outside. And when he got done--boiling water only, no sauce, and no overflowing--there were black carbonized spots all around the burner. We tried soaking them, and scrubbing them w/ the plastic scrub pad. We also tried Goo Gone.
The scrubbing and soaking worked on some, but not all.
I'm afraid of damaging the finish, plus this is taking forever and I don't know if it's going to be successful. Any idea for how to get them off?