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I had a large pot of tomato sauce cooking down. I went outside and it overflowed - a lot. Then the overflow got cooked on the stove top. It is now black, charred cement on my stove. It looks like the inside of an oven when a pie overflows and gets burned on.
How do I clean this up? Thanks
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First, I'd try spraying it with something like Bam- Easy-Off.... Soak a towel in hot water, and lay it over the area... that might help soften it.... If all else fails, I bet oven cleaner would work.
 

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I will try it. You are extra helpful to me today Metagirrl. Thanks again.
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Just sprinkle lots of baking soda all over the stove top and pour a little water over it to make up a toothpaste-consistency paste. Then leave it for a couple hours. When you come back to it with a wet dish cloth, you'll be able to just wipe up the mess, no scrubbing at all.
 
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