How to Get Burn Marks Out of a Stainless Steel Stove

Hot food, sauces and liquids can leave a pot or pan during cooking and splatter onto the stainless steel stovetop. This can not only stain the stovetop but also create the appearance of a scorch or burn mark on the surface. Care has to be taken when scrubbing off these burn marks to prevent further damage to the stainless steel.

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Stainless steel stovetops can be easily cleaned if done properly.

Step 1

Wash the stainless steel surface with a sponge wet soaked in a dish soap/water mixture.

Step 2

Apply some dish soap to a stainless steel scrubbing pad, and scrub the burn marks.

Step 3

Sprinkle baking soda on the burn marks, and scrub the area with the stainless steel scrubbing pad. Keep scrubbing until the burn mark is diminished.

Step 4

Pour a small amount of distilled vinegar onto a sponge, and rub the burn marks until they fade away.

Step 5

Repeat Steps 2 through 4 until the burn marks are gone.

Step 6

Wash the entire surface with a sponge and dish soap mixed with water. Dry the clean surface with a soft rag or cloth.