Cold or hot? I'd imagine cold water wouldn't really penetrate baked on grime.My wife soaks ours with water for a few hours before putting on the cream. Seems to work wonders. But never use an abrasive cleaning sponges. Had ours a good 8 years and there are no scratches on it yet.
Interesting. I'll give it a try the next time something boils over. It's a pain in the butt to remove the extra cleaning cream/powder after you're done. I take it you use less product this way?Just cold. Over a few hours it helps. You still need to use the cream to get rid of the toughest stains though.
Yes. Just the bare minimum. Otherwise as you say, your trying to remove that creamy residue for ages.Interesting. I'll give it a try the next time something boils over. It's a pain in the butt to remove the extra cleaning cream/powder after you're done. I take it you use less product this way?
Excellent. I've had great luck removing oily residues using a mixture of 90% rubbing alcohol, a teaspoon or less of Dawn Platinum and nearly hot water. Actually, I'd say Dawn standard would be strong enough let alone the platinum which is highly concentrated. A quarter teaspoon eats away the fats and burned on bits from a roasting dish easily. It's not wonder they use Dawn for roadside oil spills.Yes. Just the bare minimum. Otherwise as you say, your trying to remove that creamy residue for ages.
Yeah, it looks like they didn't buy a counter depth refrigerator. They usually cost more and have less depth space obviously, but look better (consequently they usually have a wider design). In this case, from a practical standpoint, a counter depth might be a better option as it is slightly blocking the door.The heck with the stovetop. I think the mist interesting thing is the refrigerator that extends beyond its enclosure, nearly blocking the door, and jammed with photos in the few inches that it sticks out.