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Default HELP: Burned ceramic hob - anyway to fix it...?

HI All!

We left a pan on the ceramic hob and the contents boiled dry.

Now the hob has a horid white ring on it - sorta like a burn and I just wondered if anyone knew how to repair or get rid of this.

Many thanks in advance for any ideas.

regards.

Sid


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Sid The Singer wrote:

HI All!

We left a pan on the ceramic hob and the contents boiled dry.

Now the hob has a horid white ring on it - sorta like a burn and I just wondered if anyone knew how to repair or get rid of this.

Many thanks in advance for any ideas.

regards.

Sid

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If it's ceramic like Corning Ware, you can make a thick paste with
baking soda and water and rub gently. It's a mild abrasive. That's
what I use on my Corning Ware casserole dishes.......Sharon


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