Sunday, February 9, 2020

Removing Burn Stains on Stove Top

I've had these burn marks on the stove, probably a year or more and I've tried everything and just gave up and dealt with them being there.  I tried magic eraser, Softscrub, all-purpose cleaner and bar-keeper's friend and nothing worked.  I finally decided I couldn't take it anymore and set out to go to war with these stains and eradicate them.  Several places online shared about using baking soda and peroxide and though it did work some, I still had to do it twice (letting it sit the second time longer) and I had to scrub and use a butter knife for the parts that nothing was going to get off.  I'm so happy it is all gone!!  Talk about oddly satisfying - this made my week.

I put about 1/4 cup of baking soda and 2 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide in a bowl to make a paste. Then, I put it on all around making sure everything was covered and let it sit for 30 minutes. I scrubbed with a stiff cleaning brush and then used a butter knife to get up the stubborn burns.

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tealady said...

Glad it worked. I've been trying to get the discoloration off my burner bibs. I know they won't break the bank but I refuse to pay $8.00 for one burner pan.

Bev said...

I hear you Tealady! Have you tried spraying them with Easy off? I haven't tried it because mine are black and they don't bother me as much but I've seen others use Easy off for the burner pans.

tealady said...

Thanks Bev I'll give it a try.

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