ceramic stove top

Boularderie East, Canada

Hi I'm new here and I have a ceramic stove top that I've cleaned with a scrungie made for ceramic stove tops and vinegar and baking soda. It has worked well until now. I have a black coating on the burners most used and almost looks like soot or burned on food, but it's not raised and it won't come off. Has anyone got any suggestions for me.

Orrville, OH(Zone 5b)

A Magic Eraser will remove the film but don't expect immediate results. Work at it every time you're in the kitchen for about a week or so and you'll see a difference. After that , it's just a matter of keeping up with it. B.T.W. my stove is 16 y.o. and it's as clean as new.

Dublin, CA(Zone 9a)

You might also try a razor blade or scraper--some stoves come with one but if yours didn't a regular razor blade ought to work.

Dover AFB, DE(Zone 7a)

The razor scraper is recommended in most of the booklets that come with them now. My glass-top came with one. I cleaned with it, a scrubbie & the cleanser and then (occasionally) finished up with glass cleaner.

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