Anyone have any tested tips for cleaning burnt plastic off a ceramic hob?
i have a friend who had this problem....so this is 'second hand'...she told me she heated it a bit and then used a scraper made for hobs to get the rest off. over a period of time with additional elbow grease and good scrubbing she has been able to get off the rest. as for me i try baking soda on most everything...i make a paste off baking soda and water and apply and rub with a cloth. it takes some doing but it usually will remove anything, from anything. hope this helps.
I would agree that scraping is the way to go. Ceramic hobs are very hard and plastic is not. The plastic should flake off.
Thanks guys.I made some progress with the baking soda but still some work to do, Heat and scrape may be in order.Cheers.
There used to be a special cleanser you could purchase to use specifically on this surface. I previously owned one of these and they are a pain to keep clean. Never use anything metal to clean it.
Do yourself a favor and trade it in on a nice gas stove. It will save you many hours of frustration.
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