Smooth top marked
I love my smooth-top stove and have had no problems cleaning till recently. I had a burn that wouldn't come off with the cerami-bryte so I used a razor as instructed and it rubbed the speckled "burner pattern" off in that spot leaving a black mark where the baked on mess was. This is not food still but is actually a spot where the pattern was rubbed off. The stove is only 3 years old and I'm bummed that even following the instructions I've damaged the surface to this extent and the esthetics of the stove. Anyone else have this problem? Why would they put the design of the surface of the glass and not the underneath side of the glass??
Deb, the design features of these tops are really something, aren't they?