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    Default smoke stains on my enamel stove!

    I ran the clean cycle on my electric range yesterday and now I have smoke stains on the enamel and on the plastic trim around the oven door, and at the vent on the range top. How do I clean this up? I have tried soap and water, spray cleaners like 409, and even a little Bon Ami scrub. No luck so far. Argh! My stove looks terrible!
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    I always use a soap filled SOS pad on my stove after my summer canning sessions........... stove has enamel, has never scratched it and with few exceptions, will clean it up.
    Have used them on the inside of my stove too.

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    BBQ Grill Cleaner?
    Ammonia let sit over night
    Vinegar w/ baking soda?

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    Magic Eraser? Test in a small spot.

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    Have you tried lemon juice? You can make a paste with lemon juice and baking soda and let it sit a couple of minutes.

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    You could also try the foam oven cleaner.

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