How can I get rid of this yellow spots for n the stove

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I just bought the house and trying to clean the stove I’ve tried everything but this spots are not going away and I really can’t afford a new one plus it’s a great stove I just hate that it’s not clean no matter how much I tried
q how can i get rid of this yellow spots for n the stove
I just bought the house and trying to clean the stove I’ve tried everything but this spots are not going away and I really can’t afford a new one plus it’s a great stove I just hate that it’s not clean no matter how much I tried can someone help
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  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Apr 21, 2018
    Perhaps you just need to live with it if it is a good working stove. Get the burner covers that will cover that area so that you only have to see the marks when you use it. I am sure there is paint to repair the areas if you want to go to that place. I would check at a store that deals in appliances only.

  • Gra32764141 Gra32764141 on Apr 21, 2018
    Brillo steel wool soap pads

  • Melissa Goodwin Shelton Melissa Goodwin Shelton on Apr 21, 2018
    Magic erasers

  • Macysmom Macysmom on Apr 21, 2018
    Brillo will definitely scratch the enamel but it will clean! I use a very small very sharp knife and scrape the dark spots off carefully not scratching the paint. After that, I use "Barkeepers Friend" (sold near cleansers) and it will scour the area without scratching and get most of that off. It is a labor intensive undertaking!

  • Sharon Sharon on Apr 21, 2018
    What is it, grease? Try Awesome Degreaser from the Dollar Tree, that's gotten stoves clean that even ovencleaner wouldn't get it off. On the right it looks like the enamel has worn off..... get one of those tub and tile epoxy repair kits at the hardware store and touch it up.

    • Lub13127708 Lub13127708 on Apr 21, 2018
      It is worn out and yeah this is grease ughh I sure need to touch up after I get rid of the grease

  • Sharon Sharon on Apr 21, 2018
    PS I usually use a round kitchen plastic scrubby to clean stoves, but I am not adverse to once in awhile getting a Brillo pad on a spot.

  • Linda Linda on Apr 21, 2018
    HI! It's hard to tell from the photo what might be causing the yellow spots. Does it look like burned on oil/grease of some kind? One good product I've used...besides all the usual home remedies like vinegar, baking soda, salt, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, etc., is Goo Gone, available at Walmart or most anywhere. Just keep applying it, letting it sit, scrubbing with a good soft plastic sponge (be careful of SOS pads or fine-grain steel wood or you might scratch the paint further, which would result in rust). There's another really good product you can order online called Stanley Degreaser...my mom used it for laundry, and I have as well...but it also sometimes works on other surfaces as well. Good luck--I understand exactly how you feel...very frustrating!!

  • Linda Linda on Apr 21, 2018
    P.S. Didn't see Melissa, Marrandolph, and Sharon's comments just before mine. They also have some great suggestions I didn't mention!

  • Kc Kc on Apr 21, 2018
    I have seen silicone liners that fit around the base of a gas burner. They lay flat under the grates and are designed to catch cooking spills. These are similar to the liners that go on an oven floor. If you can't get the stove surface clean maybe try covering it.

  • BuilderGirl BuilderGirl on Apr 21, 2018
    Hello ladies. This is usually caused by leftover and burned on food and oils overtime. If the surface is still in good condition just spray it with oven cleaner and let it set overnight, then wipe it off. Or for a faster clean, turn the burner on long enough to heat the area then turn it off, spray with oven cleaner and let set for an hour or two (Try not to get a lot of foam in the burner), then wipe it down the same way you would your oven. Abrasives of any kind will wear down the surface and destroy the look of your appliance. This way your appliances still look almost new for years to come.

  • Ebbjdl Ebbjdl on Apr 22, 2018
    Remove them, soak in dish liquid, then scrub with SOS. Where you can't get at use a small bamboo skewer. Rinse, place them in a toaster oven at 300 degrees,for about 10 minutes. Let cool replace. Turn on the gas, and make sure all the holes light, if not wait till they do, shut off. Clean the outer part with Soft Scrub, very lightly.

  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 22, 2018
    You can buy porcelain touch up paint, I am not sure if it's heat resistant though, if you put the burner covers on there it should cover those marks mostly. Have you tried SOS pads?

  • Kate Mulligan Kate Mulligan on Apr 25, 2018
    If there is any rust below the grease (looks like there is in a couple spot) that's causing discoloration you can use plain old cocoa cola. Seal the outside of your burner and you can just soak paper towels in it and let it sit for a bit. If that's the cause it will clear the discoloration right up. You can use a magic eraser for help after you wipe up the cola and clean it with water but those cause microabrasions so it'll still scratch but not visible like a brillo pad. Hope this helps!