How To Get Scratches Out Of Your Ceramic Stove Top




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dsayan: Great vid man. For deeper scratches can you wet sand it with heavier grits on an orbital sander before polishing it?

Mary Curb: I can't even get cooked on food off of my stove top. :(

Margaret Lux: I've searched Google and YouTube for a solution to this but cannot find an answer. My ceramic glass stovetop has a black stain/discoloration over what used to be a gray colored burner. It is NOT food that can be scrubbed/scrapped off with a razor blade, bar keepers friend, vinegar/baking soda, glass stove top commercial cleaners, magic eraser...even oven cleaner, for example. It appears to have sunken into the glass. The surface is smooth to the touch. Nothing has been dropped on the surface causing any kind of stress fractures either. The discoloration only appears directly on the burners where I place my pots/pans to cook. And I can still see the original pattern of the gray speckle cooktop underneath the black.

kickyouinhalf: Now you just need a dual action polisher to remove the holograms. :P

Michael Chan: Will the polish melt though given that the stove top heats up?

Michael Chan: Will the polish melt though given that the stove top heats up?

Lone Wolf: Stoooooaaaavvve!

Irene Bopp: Hi Mike. You are my hope at the end of this tunnel. I have ordered the Lucas and the polishing wheel. Just to be sure can I do this over the white induction markings the manufacturer has put on the top to show where to place the pot? I am concerned these will come off? Thank you in advance

Catherine Sanderson: Mike, great video! Could I use a car buffer? Also, you turned the buffer on its edge instead of keeping it flat to the cooktop surface. Was there a reason for that?

Daniel Schlegel: Is this bad for the stove?

Susan Bird: Excellent

Susan Bird: I think my cast iron pans are responsible for the scratches.

Linda Bertino: Hi Mike ~ Are the scratches you removed in your video primarily surface scratches and metal marks? I have a deep scratch that you can feel. Are some scratches too deep to remove? Thanks.

Jesse Vallado: Thanks for the reply MIke, last question I hope!! lol I have a varible speed drill and cannot find how you connect a "wool buffing wheel" to a var speed drill? Do they sell a pad with a 1/4" shank? do I need a backing plate AND a wool buffing wheel? Any help would be apprecaited. Looks like you buffing wheel is built in with a shank?

Jesse Vallado: Hello Mike,
I am about to do this on a stovetop, can you spec the correct lamb pad, also do you need a wheel that the pas attaches to? Got the Lucas polish, just wanna make sure I have the other part of the repair...thank you sir!

tony mememe: First off the scratch actually looked like aluminum that came off the bottom of a pan, not a scratch. Secondly any type of scratch can be " eliminated " just by wetting it down or waxing it, same as on a vehicles paint. After it dries it may show back up if it doesn't get polished out enough. I'm not saying yours didn't work, it just looks like aluminum from the pan.

Robert Harvey: what type of buffing wheel would you recommend?

-_-_ :::: Mike, will this Metal Polish work?

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Nitesh Kumar Jain: hey,there is any other metal polishing cream similar to lucas.

Sean Slattery: Do you think this will work for very fine scratches? I wasn't sure if the Lucas polish would be too abrasive and make it worse? Thank you!

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