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Help w/Electric Stove

No matter what I use on my stove top, (409, the cleaner that's made 4 it, mold control, all-purpose cleaner w/bleach) nothing seems to get a couple spots off that are baked on. Anything I can do, or is it hopeless?

Its a smoothtop. I am hesitant to try the razor blade or comet. I'm not a neat cook. My mother always said a messy cook is a good cook. But I will try to clean up my spills on the stopve asap from now on.

Re: Help w/Electric Stove

  • Sometimes I use the spray foamy oven cleaner - lemon scented so it's not totally smelly.  Our electric stove has the coils on top and for the drip pans under I will wet them down a little and dust them with comet so that they can soak and then I'll scower the burnt/caked stuff on them.  If it's burnt directly on the top of the cooking surface, I'm not sure b/c ours had the coils and isn't the flat top.
  • If you have a coil stove you can just replace the pans. They're about $.50/each at Walmart. Or, you can stick them in a trash bag with a little ammonia. Seal it up and let it sit for a few hours and the ammonia will remove the baked on stuff.
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