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How do i get burnt on milk off my glass cook top?

Started 1289344306.047 in For the Home Talk | Last reply 1289417117.23 by shorelady

Last week while cooking i was pouring milk into the pan and i spilled some onto the hot glass cook top. It burned instantly. I have not been able to get it off since. My stove top now looks dirty even though its clean. Ive used cooktop cleaner and that didnt do squat. I even tried to gently scrape it while i heated up the burner but it wouldnt budge. I cant use abrasive sponges cause i dont want it to scratch. Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!

*~Amanda~*
32/F, Married, 2 daughters

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Ima Brunet­te1289344423.7672410 PostsRegistered 3/4/2009Florida

Unfortunately I had the very same thing happen to me and tried the same things you did to no avail. I continued to use the burner and after several more uses, I re-did the cleaner stuff and off it came.

** Peace

AmNiLi1289344482.0832735 PostsRegistered 12/10/2009Born in NY, living in MA
On 11/9/2010 Ima Brunette said:

Unfortunately I had the very same thing happen to me and tried the same things you did to no avail. I continued to use the burner and after several more uses, I re-did the cleaner stuff and off it came.

Thanks. I was hoping while cooking it would burn onto the pans but so far it hasent. Guess i have to play the waiting game :(

*~Amanda~*
32/F, Married, 2 daughters

porketta1289345670.613148 PostsRegistered 7/2/2010

What about a Mister Clean Magic Eraser? My son uses it on his cook top and loves it.

GoodStuff1289345817.65714656 PostsRegistered 11/11/2008

I was going to suggest the Magic Eraser also. Those are the most gently amazing cleaning "thing" I've ever seen!

kahootz1289345956.18475 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

I had a very expensive glass cooktop at my last home. All I did for anything hard to remove was get a flat edge razor and scrape at an angle - it should come right up. My cooktop always looked brand new. I would then clean with the special glass cooktop cleaner (white stuff).

New Leaf1289346029.32814 PostsRegistered 8/19/2007

A utility razor blade (the kind with a little cardboard on one side) held on a 45 degree angle should work. Be sure the burner is off and cool.

momcat1289348960.1136257 PostsRegistered 9/12/2010

I swear by the razor blade. My cooktop has stayed in perfect condition and it only takes seconds to scrape.

Let me know if you suddenly become interesting.

AmNiLi1289349736.3072735 PostsRegistered 12/10/2009Born in NY, living in MA

Thanks for the suggestions everyone. I do have a magic eraser, i never even thought of using it so ill try that first if that doesnt work ill try the flat edge razor. Ill let you know my results!

*~Amanda~*
32/F, Married, 2 daughters

AmNiLi1289350884.1532735 PostsRegistered 12/10/2009Born in NY, living in MA

I just used the magic eraser on my cook top and it took the burnt milk off! Yay thank you so much everyone!

*~Amanda~*
32/F, Married, 2 daughters

Muze1289357828.7037 PostsRegistered 11/9/2010
On 11/9/2010 porketta said:

What about a Mister Clean Magic Eraser? My son uses it on his cook top and loves it.

Wink I'd say the same thing. I just got some for myself recently and was so totally flipped out about how great they are! I LIKE ANYTHING THAT MAKES ME WANT TO TRY MORE TYPES OF CLEANING. It sure makes you crazy to have to tidy up every day and such but if you get excited about trying something.. it feels really great.

Muze1289357871.2977 PostsRegistered 11/9/2010
On 11/9/2010 GoodStuff said:

I was going to suggest the Magic Eraser also. Those are the most gently amazing cleaning "thing" I've ever seen!

{#emotions_dlg.thumbup} Totally agree wit ya!

hungarian41289359951.9531423 PostsRegistered 8/28/2010

a paste of baking soda and couple drops water ..to use as paste to scrub with...also I got 2 scrapers from qvc that work great on stove ,dishes,pots,pans etc.....come in set of 2,,,large and smaill on ring.

hckynut1289360104.56719195 PostsRegistered 5/20/2006Nebraska

I use one of those protected handle razors to get this types of spills off our glass top. The one I use came with the range and it tells how to use it in the owners manual. Works great for me.


hckynut(john)




PuppyBreath1289360391.3518676 PostsRegistered 1/10/2007Mn. Twins Fan

Don't heat it and then scrape! Let it cool.. Squeeze some cleaning paste on it, and cover with a paper towel. Wet the towel and let it soak. Then, use the Magic Eraser, or a safety edged razor blade. My stove is 2 years old, and looks like new. That's why I love it. And no grates, drip pans, or coils to clean.

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only shops­ online1289362853.645523 PostsRegistered 10/17/2006

I vote for the cooktop cream that comes in the white bottle. I haven't used a razor in years on my stove. I clean the top with a soapy cloth and dry. Then I use the cooktop cream and polish, and buff it clean.

13diamonds1289401078.867716 PostsRegistered 7/27/2005
On 11/9/2010 only shops online said:

I vote for the cooktop cream that comes in the white bottle. I haven't used a razor in years on my stove. I clean the top with a soapy cloth and dry. Then I use the cooktop cream and polish, and buff it clean.

I've had burned milk and other liquids on my cooktop many times and have always used Ceramabryte. It works like a charm everytime, I only use the razor for really tough spills but the cream is usually effective enough to work on its own. I buy mine at Home Depot, I've never seen it at the grocery stores or Target but you can find it at most hardware stores.

shorelady1289417117.232810 PostsRegistered 12/27/2005

The cleaner kit that came with my cooktop (Cerama Bryte for cooktops) contained a plastic scraper and a small yellow almost "brillo like" texture sponge for use on the cooktop. I used the brillo-type sponge, and it worked really well for anything burnt on. I never used the scraper so I really don't know how it works.

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