by Lee Wyatt
(last updated October 1, 2018)
Have you noticed how popular both microfiber cloths and porcelain cooktops have become in recent years? With this increase in popularity there are bound to be some unique accidents that crop up over time. For example, leaving a microfiber cloth on your cooktop only to have it end up getting burnt. Don't worry though; removing burnt microfiber cloth from a porcelain cooktop isn't hard. Just follow these directions.
This cleaning technique definitely removes the burnt microfibers from a porcelain stove, just keep in mind that you may have to use a bit of careful elbow grease and patience to see it all the way through. That being said, your best bet would be to avoid the problem in the first place. This means always ensuring that you turn off the stove when you are not using it, and being very careful about where you place any cleaning towels in the future.
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