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We’ll show you how to remove burn marks from stove using natural ingredients like baking soda and lemon.
I’m just gonna say it…I hate glass stove tops! In my old home I had a gas stove that I absolutely loved, but when we moved into our current home we got stuck with electric. At first I didn’t think much of it. I grew up with electric stoves and only had gas for a few years, so I naturally thought I could adapt back to electric. Man was I wrong! I felt like in just the first day of cooking I already had burn marks and it looked like my stove was ruined. Here’s how to remove burn marks from stove.
And sadly in my mind I really did think that it was ruined haha! But the last few weeks I thought that there had to be a way to clean my stove that did not involve using a razor blade. Surely there are other people that are in the same boat as I am. And luckily for me there were. After doing some research, it seemed like a lot of the advice was to use baking soda and vinegar. I know that my mom loves the smell of vinegar, so she is not going to like my next statement, but I did not want my house smelling like that. I decided to use lemon instead and am so thrilled with how this little project turned out!
Here is what I was working with and 3 out of the 4 burners looked like this…apparently we never use the back left one lol! And please don’t judge 🙂
I literally only used 2 things to clean my stove…baking soda & lemon. Most of you probably already have these items in your home…
I generously poured the baking soda onto the stove.
I then squeezed the lemons over the baking soda. I couldn’t believe how it started to bubble…it was like a science experiment!
I let this sit for about 10 minutes and then I used a sponge to clean it off. I couldn’t believe how easily most of the burn marks came off! I had to scrub a few problem areas, but it literally took me about 10 minutes to clean off the surface.
It really does feel like we have a brand new stove now and it was so easy to do. This is definitely a little tip I will hold onto!