CLEANmNG CHAR=; '
Warm water, a mild detergent, and a soft cloth are safe to use on all cleanable parts of your counter unit. Do not use
metal scouring pads except where recommended.
Mild soap and water
Chrome drip bowls
Cleansing powder, steel
Detergent and water, plastic
scouring pads, mild abrasive
Soap and water, Bon Ami®
cleanser, chrome protectant
towel. DO NOT use abrasive
cleaning for spotting, wash
and warm water;
rinse well and dry.
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Pull off knobs. Wash gently but do not soak. Dry
and return controls to unit.
If acids (such as tomatoes, lemon, etc.) should spill
on the cooktop, use a dry paper towel or cloth to wipe
up right away. When the surface has cooled, wash
and rinse. For other spills, such as fat spatterings,
wash with soap and water and then rinse. Polish with
a dry cloth=
Aftereach use, wash, rinse and dry to prevent difficult
soils, if heavily soiled, place an ammonia-soaked
paper towel on stains to loosen soil, then gently
scrub with plastic scouring pad_
These stains are caused by overheating, normally
occur overa period of time, and usually are permanent.
1. Avoid excessive use of the high heat setting.
Use it to start cooking, then lower the heat
setting to finish cooking.
2. Use flat bottom pans that do not extend more
than two inches from the surface element°
large pans or canners are used, alternate the
elements that are used.
Wash and dry chrome cooktop after each use. For
stubborn stains, use Bon Ami® and water.
well. A chrome protectant helps to reduce spotting
If knobs are removed from a control panel, do not
allow water to run down inside openings In the glass
while cleaning. Remove stubborn soil with paste of
baking soda and water.