Accidents happen, and sometimes burnt plastic ends up on your stove top. It can be a challenging task to clean burnt plastic off a stove top, but with the right methods and techniques, you can restore your stove top to its original condition. 

Avoid using caustic chemicals or abrasive scrubbers, as they can damage the surface. Here are three effective methods for removing burnt plastic from a stove top.

Removing Burnt Plastic with a Metal Scraper

When it comes to removing burnt plastic off a stove top, one method stands out: using a trusty metal scraper. In this section, we’ll explore the step-by-step process of this effective technique. From letting the stove top cool to carefully scraping off the burnt plastic and finishing with a clean, soft cloth, we’ll guide you through the process of restoring your stove top to its former glory. No more pesky plastic residue in sight!

Let the Stove Top Cool

Scrape Off the Burnt Plastic with a Metal Scraper

Clean the Stove Top with a Soft Cloth

Using Heat to Remove Burnt Plastic

Discover a clever method to tackle that stubborn burnt plastic on your stove top. Say goodbye to that pesky burnt plastic – let’s get started.

Turn on the Stove to Low Heat

Some additional tips for this method include using a hairdryer to further soften the plastic and using a soft cloth or sponge to wipe away any remaining residue. Remember to be cautious when using heat and avoid scraping too forcefully.

Soften the Burnt Plastic with a Hair Dryer

Remember to always exercise caution when using heat tools and avoid direct contact with the plastic to prevent any accidents.

Carefully Scrape Off the Plastic with a Plastic Scraper

Clean the Stove Top with a Mild Soap Solution

Removing Burnt Plastic with Baking Soda

Removing burnt plastic from a stove top can be a challenging task, but fear not! In this method, we’ll explore the power of baking soda to save the day. With a simple paste made of baking soda and water, we’ll show you how to effectively tackle that stubborn burnt plastic residue. 

Make a Paste with Baking Soda and Water

Apply the Baking Soda Paste to the Burnt Plastic

Pro-tip: For stubborn burnt plastic, repeat the process or try using a plastic scraper to gently scrape off the residue. Remember to rinse and clean the stove top thoroughly after removing the burnt plastic.

Let it Sit and Scrub Gently

Rinse and Clean the Stove Top

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