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cleaning outside of cooker

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Jetcatisback Tue 17-Nov-15 13:55:08

After a few minor 'incidents' hmm where the grill was left on accidently with the door closed, the front of my cooker (where the knobs are) is really black/burned. Is there anything I can do to clean it? Various sprays, magic erasers haven't worked, and it looks awful. Can't afford a new cooker, but am totally fed up of looking at existing one in such a state. Is there a magic way that I haven't found yet?

ppeatfruit Tue 17-Nov-15 15:36:55

I use boiling water and white vinegar with a wire cleaning pad and a micro fibre cloth to rinse.

What colour is your cooker? It works on my sort of beige hob.

Jetcatisback Tue 17-Nov-15 17:10:32

thanks ppeatfruit my cooker is white, so the stains look awful sad

Ive been browsing and am trying a baking soda paste for now if that doesn't work I will try your suggestion thanks flowers

willfuckformichilenstarfood Tue 17-Nov-15 18:33:15

Do they come off? If so I would put them in the dishwasher, with some bleach on a hot wash x

PolterGoose Tue 17-Nov-15 21:44:33

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ppeatfruit Wed 18-Nov-15 10:28:48

You're welcome grin Yes bicarb CAN work but the boiling water and vinegar always works for me!! Good luck! Let us know how it goes!

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