Asked on Mar 19, 2015

I would love to know how to clean my Jenn-Air grill top

by Bea742278
The brown spots (build-up) on the grill really are looking horrible - I need a miracle!!! What can I do to make them look NEW again? Loved the idea of the racks in the oven with cleaning with ammonia - how about this?
  10 answers
  • Karen O. Franklin Karen O. Franklin on Mar 19, 2015
    Have you tried oven cleaner? I have and it worked great,
  • Sherrie Sherrie on Mar 20, 2015
    We use a Commerical degreaser oven cleaner that I purchase at Sam's Club. Don't spray it directly on you have to use care when using this product especially if it is stainless steel range. Spray it in your cloth and wipe off,mother rinse. If your over spray on stainless it could arc it.
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    • Sherrie Sherrie on Mar 20, 2015
      By the looks of your stove I am willing to bet using this it will just wipe off no elbow grease. : )
  • Sandy Strans Sandy Strans on Mar 20, 2015
    Jenn-Aire is a total waste of time & money. This cooktop takes 1/2 day or more to clean and is a mess after each use. Jenn-Aire is overpriced & charged $29 for each knob after they became melted looking. Their customer service is terrible. I take the cooktop apart, put it in the dishwasher & put on superscrub cycle which wastes more time, energy, water & money. Then you have to clean under each area after removing the gas pipes for hand washing. My flat top electric range in my other house takes 5 minutes to clean with vinegar & baking soda.
  • Sandy Strans Sandy Strans on Mar 20, 2015
    Anything but J-A, as they don't care about questions about cleaning & knobs that get a melted look except to sell you $29 each for knobs. Sears, Lowes & have great selections for stove tops. I'd rip out the J-A cooktop & replace with electric but it's 47" wide and most electric cooktops aren't that big; plus it's in an island with granite all around so that's at least another $1500 for the granite.
  • Linda Stroney Linda Stroney on Mar 20, 2015
    well someone put the idea of using baking soda, make a paste with water out of it. and smear it on your oven. It did get most of the badly burned stuff up. (after sitting overnight) it should work on those too.
  • Rita Eppley Rita Eppley on Mar 20, 2015
    I use a magic eraser on the top of the glass top stove and the oven and the microwave . It is amazing
  • Carolyn S. Carolyn S. on Mar 21, 2015
    Bar Keepers Friend may also help.
  • Angela Angela on Mar 22, 2015
    I use Brillo pads, not sure if they have the same name in the US but they are like gentle wire wool pads with a pink soap inside them. They get everything off!
  • B. Enne B. Enne on Jun 11, 2015
    Maybe ''Universal Stone'' would help. It works for me when nothing else does and it is not gritty or abrasive.
  • Jeanne Jeanne on Nov 09, 2016
    Soft scrub!