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brad.maynes

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Important fact #1 - I brew inside, on my gas stove.

Important fact #2 - I have (as yet, knock wood) had no boil-overs.

Regardless of fact #2, the heat off the bottom of my large kettles causes whatever minimal amounts of invisible "gunk" are on my stove surface to burn and become nice, brown stains. On occasion I have been able to remove these with Lysol spray, but mostly they are just there. Does anyone have any heavier-duty suggestions?

My stove surface appears to be enameled/painted metal.

Thanks in advance,

BLM
 

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Oven cleaner saved my marriage:D


Spray it on, let it sit 20 min or so, and wipe away. Viola! Clean stove top.
 

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springer said:
try a Mr Clean magic eraser
This has worked for me every time...even for full boilovers. I buy the generic brands from whatever big box store Ihappen to be in...Even mounted 2 on a dollarstore mop...does wonders on floors.

 
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