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Wolf 48' bull nose riser

Posted by pampie (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 15, 08 at 10:25

I have a 3 month old 48" Wolf stove. My husband uses the back burners a lot and the bull nose riser now has spots of grease that I can't get out with stainless steel cleaner or Fantastik. The booklet says not to use anything gritty, like Comet. Any ideas?

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RE: Wolf 48' bull nose riser

How about Soft Scrub? It's not gritty but it does almost as good as Comet at cleaning surfaces.

RE: Wolf 48' bull nose riser

Baking soda- make a paste and let it sit for a couple hours with a wet cloth/papertowel over it. The crud will wipe away with little or no hard work.
Baking soda will clean all pf your pots/pans/bakeware that starts to look bad.

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