How to Clean Melted Plastic Off of a Stovetop

52 thoughts on “How to Clean Melted Plastic Off of a Stovetop

  1. That is really doesn't work. I melted plastic on my class top and tried this Didn't work at all Regular raiser blade worked much better

  2. This did not work for me. I wonder if it only works on a newer top as ours is over 16 years old. I will have to use acetone next.

  3. Didn't work for me, either because the plastic was on there for several hours, because it was cooled to room temp, or the stove surface is old and pitted. I just turned on the stove until it got red then used a metal scraper, like the ones used to patch drywall. After getting rid of the bulk of it, wrap the scraper with a strong paper towel to remove the residue.

  4. There is nothing here that indicates whether or not the burner has to be cooled down to room temperature. Will this work after it has completely cooled?

  5. This worked like a charm! It took several applications of the baking soda and vinegar and a lot of scrubbing with the green scouring pad, but it got all of the melted plastic off!

  6. Dude! You rocked it. You basically saved my life because I thought my wife was going to kill me after a cool whip dish was left inadvertently. Did a great job!

  7. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I melted plastic from a bag of bread to the burner and this worked wonders and got it all off and cleaned my stove really nice too…???

  8. Am I the only one that after cooking pasta accidently put the lid for the butter on the burner I took it off right after but it was too late

  9. This was amazingly easy! I let the stove cool overnight. Next morning put the baking soda and vinegar on the spot and stepped away for maybe a minute. When I went to scrub it, everything came off in a matter of seconds! Glass top looks brand new. Thanks for the video!

  10. You don’t even need the vinegar. Pour baking soda on chilled down stove stop and let sit for two seconds. Rub off with fingers. No scratching needed!

  11. I melted an entire plastic plate OMG it’s a lot of plastic than a bread bag!!!? let’s see if it works fingers crossed

  12. Yes! Thank you! This saved my stove and peeled off just like shown in the video! Baking soda and vinegar can do practically anything! Thanks again! ❤️

  13. My foil paper sticked on the glass stove top plz say me how to remove it plz it is not comming off my mom will kill me plz say me how to take it off plzzzzzz?????

  14. My husband tried to heat my electric kettle on the stove and destroyed it! This method didn't work on that plastic at all, but rubbing alcohol removed it all.

  15. I burned a thick plastic container cover and while it didnt do this specifically it came off with a ton of elbow grease and me carefully trying to maneuver a metal spoon under the really stubborn parts. It took like 20 minutes and lots of baking soda and vinegar. It's not easy but it does work. Just not as easy as this looks ? maybe if it was like a plastic bag or something

  16. Thank you! 🙂
    I had placed a microfiber cloth on the stovetop when it was still hot. It created patches with a lot of tiny plastic dots. This tip of baking soda + vinegar was very helpful! And I used a piece of a scotch brite heavy duty pad (the green one).

  17. First time babysitting my boyfriends elderly father ALONE and melted a whole bread bag to the toaster oven making him a sandwich. His mother would have KILLED ME. lmao You saved my life

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