How do I remove layers of baked on food from a gas stove top?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 08, 2017
    Make a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda in a paste,apply and leve on long enough to absorb,then use Mr Clean Magic eraser

  • Elizabeth L Mirandes Elizabeth L Mirandes on Sep 08, 2017
    What is the material of the stove top?

  • Barbara Lloyd Barbara Lloyd on Sep 08, 2017
    1. Open a window. This is a stinky job
    2. Cover the stove-top with 2-3 layers of paper towels.
    3. In a spray bottle, mix 1/2 and 1/2 ammonia and water.
    4. Spray the towels until they are thoroughly soaked with the ammonia mixture.
    5. Cover the stove-top with a plastic bag or drop-cloth.
    6. Let soak overnight, or at least 6 hours.
    7. Wear gloves. Remove towels. Wipe off all loosened food. Use a plastic scrubbie to clean the rest.

  • Frank Frank on Sep 08, 2017
    soak vinegar and baking soda for 1 to 2 hours

  • Sassysugarcreek Sassysugarcreek on Sep 08, 2017
    If you can get the pans below the gas sprockets out. Remove and place into garbage bag with about a cup of ammonia, seal as tight as you can. Set outside for about 24 hours. Open AWAY FROM FACE! While outside rinse to with garden hose. Then return to kitchen and use BARKEEPERS FRIEND to spot scrub. I hope this helps ! Smiles N Blessings for you!

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Sep 08, 2017
    Turbo Scrubber advertises they can clean such a mess! My stove is new so I have not done it, but with all the other things it cleans I would believe it. We bought ours on line and we use it for a multitude of hard things to clean, even tires. However, you can buy them at Walmart now and probably other department stores as well. They take the "hard" out of hard cleaning! I love mine!

  • Shirah Shirah on Sep 10, 2017
    I use baking soda and lemon juice on mine. I've used oven cleaner a few times onn really stubborn