So... Freezing corn is done for the year, yet as always the mess it left on the stove is awful. Think of boiling a thick sugary/starchy syrup in a pan, boiling it for a few hours, then pouring it over the stove surface, bake until black and then repeat over and over until there is a pile of black charred syrup firmly attached to the stove.
^^ This is the mental picture of what our stove looks currently. I know most everybody's advice is to clean up spills as they happen... That's all fine and dandy with a pot or two bubbling gently on stove, but there is no way I can clean it up asap when I've got two (4-5gal)huge pots that take up two burners a piece in a roaring boil, full of water and corn, that is super hot. There is no way am I going to clean it then or take time from when I am in full swing of blanching corn, or risk myself getting burnt... So, now I've got to figure out how I'm going to make it sparkly clean again without using a pickaxe and a sander. Anybody else in this situation? Cleaning suggestions??
Bottom line is this-I'm assuming hopefully that someone on here probably does some canning now and then? So my question is, "what is the fastest, requires the least elbow grease, and is the easiest way of taking baked charred food off of the stove?"
I saw on another forum that they use Cerama Bryte Cooktop Cleaner and they claim it works great. Anybody else familiar with this product?
Any other products to use that work awesome? I think the (Thermador) stove top is porcelain. I know for sure it's not stainless steel or glass.
Anyway if you all can share tips, tricks or awesome cleaners that would remove this gunk I'd really, really appreciate it!(There must be something out there that works...right???!)