This tutorial showing How to Clean Melted Plastic Off of your Stove Top is a real lifesaver!
Have you ever forgotten that your stove top was still warm and accidentally sat something on it? I seem to be a real pro at accidentally sitting things on a hot stove that have no business there. A couple of years ago, I mistakenly placed a loaf of bread on our stove, not realizing that it was still warm. I walked away to grab some lunch meat out of our refrigerator and almost immediately smelled burning plastic…not good. I turned around and saw that the bread bag had melted onto my stove top. In a moment of panic, I tried to use a wooden spoon to scrape the plastic off of the stove, but it wouldn’t budge. I sat down and tried to think of something that would remove it. I have to be honest, I thought that it was probably a lost cause.
I grabbed some baking soda and vinegar and got to work. It literally took less than a minute to get the melted plastic off of my stove top, and it was soooo easy! Check out my latest article for eHow showing How to Easily Clean Melted Plastic Off of a Stovetop Burner HERE!
Looking for more ways to get your stove and stovetop all clean? Check these ideas out…
This tutorial is an oldie but goodie! See how easy it is to Clean Your Ceramic or Glass Stovetop HERE!
This one is also an older post, and a reader favorite! I’ll show you step-by-step How to Clean in Between the Glass of Your Oven Doors.
Our oven racks get sooo dirty, especially since we make lots of pizzas and casseroles in there. See How to Clean Oven Racks with No Chemicals HERE!
Add all of these tips together and you should have the cleanest stove and oven on the block!