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Old 09-30-2006, 11:06 PM  
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Oh, well it is a pain! I like for my cooktop to stay looking brand new. Coils with drip pans were much easier to keep clean.



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Old 09-30-2006, 11:09 PM  
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Default Notorius Cooktop

cooktop.jpg Here is the little devil!


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I like the 2 tier island on the right!

Nice kitchen!!

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Thanks! I posted pictures on the Kitchen Pictures topic. You can see it better there.

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I use a scraper & ceramic cleaner and it works well

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I spray 409 antibacterial on and let it soak a few minutes then rub it with a plastic pot scrubber. A MR CLEAN pad does good also and hasn't scratched it. Also use the razor blade scraper. I think it's really easier to clean because stuff don't get down in the recesses etc.

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I use a scraper & ceramic cleaner and it works well

We do this as well and works really well. We find boiled over water is a real pain but useing the above metod works good. We also find them a pain from time to time but love it hands down over the coils


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