How to Get Baked on Grease Off a Black Stove Top

Black stoves add style and sophistication to any kitchen, yet even in the neatest homes, cleaning spilled or splattered grease from their cook tops may become necessary at times. Without appropriate cleaners this task may become daunting.

Try these effective, yet easy cleaning techniques using materials typically found around the home to get your surfaces looking brand new! Scouring pads, Magic Erasers and other abrasive tools may cause visible scratches – try instead these simple methods which use everyday household products.

Vinegar and Baking Soda

One of the best and easiest ways to remove baked-on grease from black stove tops is through vinegar and baking soda cleaning solutions, which have proven successful at cutting through tough stains to leave your cooktop looking brand new again.

Vinegar is an effective yet safe household cleaner that is both inexpensive and can clean a variety of surfaces. Plus, there are various homemade vinegar-based cleaners which can serve multiple functions around the home!

Before beginning, ensure your stove top has cooled off completely. Next, pour a generous amount of white distilled vinegar onto its surface. Sprinkle baking soda over this, which should cause an explosion of bubbles and fizzing that should help break away cooked-on grease. When most of this reaction has died down, wet a cloth with hot water and wipe the surface clean.

An alternative method involves mixing vinegar, rubbing alcohol and dish soap together for an effective yet non-caustic appliance cleaner solution.

When dealing with stubborn stains, try mixing baking soda and water into a thick paste that can be spread on the affected area. Allow this paste to sit for one hour before wiping it off using a damp cloth or sponge; baking soda’s mild abrasive properties will remove stains and grime effectively.

If you have a particularly stubborn grease stain, try soaking the affected area in a mixture of white distilled vinegar and lemon juice to loosen any built-up grease stains so they are easier to scrub away with a soft damp cloth. Rinse surface again afterward before wiping dry with soft damp cloth; rinse surface again as necessary after. If stubborn cooked-on grease remains after this treatment has failed, additional measures such as Scotch Brite pads or steel wool pads might help remove them more effectively.

Vinegar and Water

Black stove tops can do an effective job of concealing grease, dirt and other forms of grime that accumulates over time, often going undetected until baked-on stains have set in. Luckily, there are simple methods available for cleaning them without using harsh chemicals or abrasives – and can even remove stubborn stains without damaging the finish of your stove top!

Mix equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle, and generously spray onto the surface of your black stove. Allow it to sit for several minutes, before wiping away with a soft cloth or sponge – the acidity in vinegar will break down greasy deposits on its own and return your stove top to looking brand new!

If you’re having difficulty cleaning away stubborn stains from your black stove top, try mixing baking soda, vinegar and water into a paste-like consistency – closer to that of paint than water – and spread it across greasy areas. Allow this paste to sit for several minutes, before using a toothbrush or sponge to scrub away stains using steel wool or Scotch Brite as well as baking soda.

After wiping off stains from your stove top, be sure to thoroughly wipe away all of the soapy mixture using a dry sponge. Additionally, it would be wise to take extra steps by soaking burners and drip pans separately in warm water with dish soap to loosen any built-up residue that might not come off with wiping alone.

Cerama Bryte cooktop cleaner can also help remove stubborn stains from your black stove top by offering non-abrasive cleaning that has been specifically developed for smooth-top stoves – this 28-ounce bottle should last you many uses and remain relatively affordable given that this type of cleaner may need to be purchased more than once during its lifespan.

Baking Soda and Dish Soap

Once again, after scrubbing and soaking to no avail, grease stains on your stovetop refuse to come off, don’t fret; there are other solutions you can try that could prove more successful and safer than others. One such method involves mixing baking soda with dish soap as a natural scouring cleaner that works great on black appliances such as stoves.

Start by thoroughly cleaning off the surface of your stove using warm water, then applying a layer of baking soda over any remaining grease stains that remain. As it begins to work its magic on breaking down grease deposits, expect some fizzing and bubbling before the fizzing subsides and you can begin using a wet soft bristled brush and mild dish soap as a paste for increased scrubbing power.

If the stain remains, use a steel wool pad or stainless steel scouring pad to gently remove any extra food debris or baked-on grease, being careful not to scratch your stove’s delicate finish. If that still doesn’t do it, try soaking in warm vinegar and baking soda again, or alternatively using commercial oven cleaner that contains ammonia specifically designed to deal with grease stains.

Home improvement stores generally carry this product, which typically comes in the form of a spray bottle. You can use it on similar surfaces as vinegar and baking soda; however, be careful not to expose sensitive surfaces like painted walls to harsh chemicals that might damage them.

@brunchwithbabs posted an instructional video in late August that provides instructions for creating homemade dish detergent with white vinegar, rubbing alcohol and baking soda. The process requires just three drops of mild dish soap plus about one tablespoon each of the other ingredients.

Baking Soda and Water Paste

Black is often associated with elegance, decency, royalty and sleekness – ideal qualities in any household! However, even the neatest kitchens cannot always avoid kitchen spills, stains and grease – which can quickly stain and discolor black stove tops over time. Luckily, there are simple methods you can use to clean your stove and keep it looking like new for as long as possible!

Baking soda is an all-natural scrubbing powder that can help you quickly remove burnt-on grease from surfaces like stove tops and countertops. Plus, its mild base can neutralize acids to provide an alternative to harsher chemical cleaners. Simply mix some baking soda into some water until it forms a paste and apply this directly over your stove surface – allow to sit for several minutes, and wipe clean afterwards using a damp cloth; repeat as necessary to eliminate remaining stains.

An effective approach to cleaning your stove could involve investing in Easy Off or other commercial kitchen degreasers. These products are specifically formulated to tackle kitchen grease and dirt build-up. Simply spray some liberally over your cooktop, wait a few minutes, scrub, rinse, and repeat as necessary depending on the severity of the mess.

Hydrogen peroxide may help remove tough grease stains if baking soda proves ineffective, by reacting with grease to produce carbon dioxide and extinguish flames. Although more aggressive than baking soda, hydrogen peroxide still provides effective removal of even stubborn stains.

Always follow the directions on your stovetop cleaner’s instruction label for maximum safety and effectiveness. Furthermore, avoid using any abrasive sponges or scrapers as these could potentially leave visible scratches on its smooth surface – non-abrasive microfiber towels offer an effective alternative while still cleaning.