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Tough Stains in Diptrays Of Electric Stove

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by ramyanand, Jul 3, 2007.

  1. ramyanand

    ramyanand Silver IL'ite

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    Hi all,
    I have a hotpoint electric cooking range in our apt. how to get rid of the tough ,black burnt stain from the diptrays.. ofcourse i use a lot of muscle power daily afer cooking to clean it..i use my diswashing liquid and scrub it with a steel scrubber.. is there any spray to clean it off easily?
    thanx
    raMYA
     
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  2. Pritirach

    Pritirach Silver IL'ite

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    Hi
    Try using Clorox multipurpose stain remover .
    Priti
     
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  3. GayathriSundar

    GayathriSundar Senior IL'ite

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    Ramya,
    Have you tried using baking soda and water to remove it?
    Line the drip trays with aluminium foil so you will not need to clean them everyday.

    If the drip trays are not of good quality then it might be rust stains that you see on them. In this case you might consider replacing them!

    Gayathri
     
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  4. madhu11

    madhu11 Bronze IL'ite

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    Use easy off oven cleaner if the stain still not coming off. But you have to be careful, use gloves when you want to wipe off.

    Madhu
     
  5. ramyanand

    ramyanand Silver IL'ite

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    Thanx priti,gayathri and madhu for u'r valuable suggestions..
    Im goin to try what u suggested and then will give u my FB

    Ramya
     
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    rojaramesh2005 New IL'ite

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    Hi ramya,


    I think Mr.Muscle oven is suitable for ur problem. Now iam using this one only. This is very good product for stove stains.




    bye
    roja.
     
  7. birraj

    birraj Senior IL'ite

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    Hi,
    I am using Barkeepers Friend powder to remove any tough stains, you can use the same to clean copper, stainless steel vessals.. I do not use any as I have tried every thing and none gave statisfaction like this.. Please try it you won't belive how easy it is.

    Regards
    Birraj
     
  8. sssaustin

    sssaustin Senior IL'ite

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    Hi Brindha,
    where to get this product?
     
  9. birraj

    birraj Senior IL'ite

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    Hi SssAustin,
    You will get this in walmart or anyother groecery stores.. I buy from walmart as it is very near for me.

    Regards
    Birundha
     
  10. sssaustin

    sssaustin Senior IL'ite

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    Thanks for the information Brindha...

    I'll check it out during my next visit.
     

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