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Stove Cleaning

Last weekend I was making a marinade and it overflowed on the stove. I think the sugar is making it really hard to get off! I am definitely not a cleaning expert, but I have no idea how  get it clean. 

I have a flat top stove. I have tried using a stove top cleaner (I think Easy Off?) and it is not helping at all. Any other suggestions?  

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Re: Stove Cleaning

  • While I have a few spots that just refuse to go away, spraying the spot with cleaner (like Lysol 4-in-1) and just letting it sit for 10 min or so usually works. You could also try a "magic eraser" 
  • I use a razor blade on mine too. After I scrape it all off, I use the easy off spray & it usually comes nice and clean!
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  • My DH slobs all over the stove every time I let him cook.  I use the straight razor blade and then liquid bar keepers friend and some scrubbing.  Then I wipe the streaks off with some glass cleaner or 409.  :)
  • Do you have a steam cleaner? If so, I use that on my stove and it gets all the mess off without being abrasive. 

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    While I have a few spots that just refuse to go away, spraying the spot with cleaner (like Lysol 4-in-1) and just letting it sit for 10 min or so usually works. You could also try a "magic eraser" 

    This is what I've used to get some pretty tough spots off. 

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  • We use the magic erasers on our stove.
  • Thanks for all of the advice! I ended up getting advice to turn on the stove for about 20 seconds to heat it up then scrubbing it with a sponge. Success! However, I almost burned my fingers, so I am pretty sure a razor blade or magic eraser will be a better bet next time. Sorry I did not come back to respond until now, but I really do appreciate all of the advice!

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