If you’ve found that the basic cleaning method of water and soap doesn’t take care of some tougher food debris, you can use a gentle scrubber to remove it. A soft scrub brush or sponge will work well, but make sure not to use anything too harsh like steel wool or a bristle brush, as this could cause damage. You should also avoid using harsh chemicals like bleach or dishwasher detergent in order to keep your stovetop protector looking new and preventing corrosion on the metal. In addition, don’t attempt to scrape off food particles with knives or other sharp objects as they could scratch the surface of your protector and/or your stovetop.
If your stovetop protectors are still just as shiny and new as the day they were purchased, you can use a regular dishwashing soap or detergent.
If you have stubborn stuck-on food on your stovetop burner covers, try using a gentle sponge like Scotch-Brite’s blue Non-Scratch Scrubbing Dishwands. These sponges have built in scrubby bristles to help remove burnt-on food easily. When the brush is worn out, simply replace it with a new one.
When cleaning your stovetop protectors, make sure you don’t use any abrasive cleaners or scrubbers as this can ruin your cook top protector. Make sure to wipe clean with a damp cloth after rinsing them off to avoid water spots!
Once that’s done, dry the covers completely before putting them back on the stove—this will prevent rust from forming on their metallic surfaces if there is leftover moisture from cleaning!
If necessary, you can use a scrub brush/sponge to get rid of tougher food stains. Do not use harsh chemicals and abrasive materials, as these can scratch the glass surface and cause damage.
Do not use scouring pads or any other type of abrasive material as this could damage your Stovetop Protector. If food debris is allowed to dry on, it will be more difficult to remove! Use a sponge and some warm water to remove dried on food.
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