by Lee Wyatt
(last updated October 10, 2016)
A few years ago I purchased a new flat-top stove, and within the first few days of owning it I made a horrid mistake. I left some spaghetti sauce to simmer, without remembering to turn the heat down. This resulted in a boiling, burnt-on mess that took way too much time, effort, and frustration to clean. Luckily I didn't ruin my deceptively fragile-cooking implement, but it was a close call a few times.
Here are a few of the best methods that I have found to remove burn stains from porcelain and other types of flat-top stoves. A word of warning though before you begin using the methods described here: You need to exercise care and caution when using these methods, as some can cause damage (such as nicks and gouges) if not done properly.
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