I had posted this question in hopes that maybe someone could provide an answer other than what I was considering. I decided to go ahead and try what I was considering, and it worked perfectly. I used Goo GONE which cleaned it up in a jiffy. I do want to thank Lkysmy for the answer to an additional question, getting the smell of burnt plastic out of the dishwasher. Thank you. It worked quite well! :)
In an empty dishwasher, fill a dishwasher safe cup with vinegar and start the cycle. During the rinse, fill that cup with bleach and let the cycle finish. Not only will you clean your dishwasher, you will remove the odor.
The dishwasher usually does it OK for me.
Um..... put soap in the dishwasher, put the dishes in, and start the load?!
Pour a cup of bleach in bottom and run it empty.
Ammonia is not a cleaner we'd choose to remove plastic from surfaces. It (ammonia) won't dissolve or "melt" the plastic, so it is ineffective in removing melted plastic from surfaces.
Take out and clean the filter from bottom, possibly also the pump.
Check to be sure that any debris that is around the filter is removed. Pour a cup of white vinegar into the bottom of the dishwasher and run a complete cycle.
You can buy special dishwasher products.
With dishwasher filter cleaning solution.
probably a piece of food stuck in line to bottom sprayer you should be able to lift sprayer off and clean
No, it will not.
The inside of your dishwasher should be cleaned regularly.
A plastic grill was inside the oven when it was turned on. All the plastic melted and was dripping from the oven racks and settling on the bottom. I pulled the racks out and upon cooling down was able to peel most of the plastic off before it molded around the grate. Then I heated the rest with a BBQ lighter to get it off with a utility knife. Now the bottom of the self cleaning oven. Used a plastic spatula to remove most of the goopy plastic. Then I used "Vim" and a teflon scrubber and it came off. Turned the oven of self clean and it came out great. Hope this helps you out there. The first place we turned to for answers was the internet. What a great place to be !!!!
to clean dishes
They are a devil to clean, aren't they? The best way I've found to clean one is to put it in the dishwasher, bottom rack, upside-down. This will remove soft foods such as cheese. Fibrous foods such as celery may require a few passes with a brush after it comes out of the dishwasher.
Let the oven get cold, then push a thin blade under the plastic. It should come off all in one piece.
You put it in the dishwasher.
By mixing a paste of water and baking soda, and applying it to the area of the roaster oven where the bag melted, you should be able to clean the plastic off. If baking soda is not available you can try using cream of tartar.
Putting a cup or two of plain white vinegar in the dishwasher and running it without soap is a very good and inexpensive way to clean and freshen the dishwasher.
Don't even try. My apartment caught fire when the plastic got too hot on the heating coil. Just buy a new heating coil and replace it.