How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

Induction cooktops are becoming increasingly popular. However, accidents also happen on these easy-to-use cooktops. Sometimes a piece of plastic packaging or the handle of a spoon or other utensil melts on the hotplate. How to remove burnt plastic from the stove?

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove – Step by Step

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

Before you begin, prepare the necessary items:

  • white vinegar,
  • baking soda,
  • a sponge for scrubbing.

STEP 1: How to Remove Burnt Plastic From the Stove

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

First, wait until the heating field soiled with plastic, cools down. No one wants to take unnecessary risks and burn their fingers.

STEP 2:

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

Next, sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda on the melted plastic and spray the whole thing with white vinegar.

STEP 3:

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

Wait for about 30 seconds. During this time, the baking soda will begin to bubble and make a lot of foam. Then use the rough side of the sponge and start scrubbing the burnt plastic. After a while, it should peel off easily.

STEP 4:

How to Remove Burnt Plastic From an Induction Stove With 2 Ingredients

Finally, use a clean cloth. Rubbing lightly, wipe off any remaining dirt from the plate. And you are done! You can remove the melted plastic quickly, efficiently and without causing damage or scratching the induction hob.

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