There are a variety of ways to clean ceramic of anything sticky. There are plastic blades, that you can use along with 409 or oven cleaner. Window cleaner works as well for lighter stuff. It takes time and patience. Keep the stain wet at all times while you are working on it. In addition there are scouring powers made for ceramic.
Mr. Clean Multi Surface Spray can be used on ceramic glass stove tops. Go to www.MrClean.com Kitchen-cleaning as the source of this information and much more.
Burned on foods on a ceramic stove top, even sugar, are the easiest spills to clean up. You need a scraper with a razor blade. They cost about a dollar at Lowes or Home Depot. Just slide the blade under the spill and it will come right up. You don't have to worry about scratching the ceramic, it's very hard. Then you just wipe up the crumbs with a damp rag and clean the stove top with any ceramic stove top cleaner. If you like you can finish up by polishing with a dry microfiber cloth.
If you mean converting an electric stove with coil burners to a smooth, glass cooktop, the answer is no.
just put it over the stove to heat it and boom there you go melted chocolate.
Ceramic or neo-ceramic. It is designed to radiate heat.
Pour tomato sauce on thee rusty stove. Wipe of only after 10 minutes
From my experience, no. I tryed it once, and the bowl shattered...
I would say to heat it up a bit and use a razor blade scraper very GENTLY to scrap it off then clean it with something like cleaner for a smooth top stove.
Cost primarily. Second ceramic will have a more even heating across the surface than the glass top.
Ceramic tile is easy to clean, and pretty heat resistant. It does heat up quite well if the sauna is really well, so that it's hot to walk on the floor, but doesn't affect the temperature of the sauna as much as the stove (kiuas) does.
For normal cleaning of a cast iron stove, I would use stove black and follow the instructions. Stove black is available online or at hardware stores. If the stove is enameled, I would clean with a small amount of soap and water, and wipe with a sponge to remove soap residue. If the stove has something on it, such as paint, melted plastic, or such, then you have a problem that really requires some thought and consideration for what the mess is. I would try to avoid the use of sand paper on a cast iron stove. Dry sanding will put iron dust into the air. I would also avoid the use of most oils, unless they are specifically recommended for wood stoves.
If i want it melted, I use the microwave on low.
One can purchase a ceramic stove top form home improvement or retail stores like Target, Home Depot, Canadian Tire and many more. One can also purchase it from online retailers like eBay or Amazon.
Let the plastic cool and harden. Then simply peel it off. This same thing happened to me on my electric stove top.
It's next to impossible. You could try chipping it off, or you bring the stove outside and burn off the plastic.
There are cleaning agents made to clean cast iron stove tops, but many use kosher salt to clean the tops. Let the stove go out, and on the cold top, put wet salt, and scrub with a damp cloth. Clean up all leftover salt well.
You have to clean your equipment regularly, clean the place and stove also.
Try a window scraper (razor blade) type.
If you have an electric stove the head will eventually burn it right off. It won't smell all that great, but it will melt off completely in time.
The stove top isn't one of the best areas to clean in the house, but it certainly isn't the worst either. If you want to get a good, clean shine on your stove top, begin by removing the eyes if your stove is equipped with them. Place them in hot water with soap so that the buildup on them can break down and easily rinse off. Using glass cleaner, thoroughly clean the top of the stove using paper towels to prevent streaking. If there are rough spots that are hard to clean, soak them in the cleaner for a few minutes and try again. Dry the stove eyes and replace them when done.