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Impacts From Cookware Glass-ceramic stove tops are durable, but not immune to the impact of heavy objects. Dropping or banging a heavy object on the surface will likely cause damage.
- Can you use a cracked Big Green Egg? Depending on the reason or source of the crack it may be covered under warranty, if it is a structural crack and not from dropping or accidental breakage. Big Green Egg is unable to provide warranty coverage on damage caused by accidental dropping or other similar situations as outlined within the Warranty.
- Can I use bleach on a ceramic sink? Warning. Do not use bleach on ceramic sinks because it can ruin the finish. Avoid heavily abrasive products, such as bristle brushes and scouring powder. Strong abrasives etch the ceramic so that it traps dirt and becomes dull instead of shiny white.
- What does hard anodized mean? Hard anodized cookware is a type of aluminum cookware that has been electrochemically altered. It is generally much more durable than other types of cookware, and it heats quickly and evenly. This type of non-stick cookware can also typically be used over very high heat without damage.
- Can I use oven cleaner on my stove top? Stove Tops As with Pyrex, pots, and pans, oven cleaner does a great job removing old, burned-on food residue from stove top surfaces. Spray the stuck-on food, allow the cleaner to sit for 15 or 20 minutes, and then rub it clean with a sponge or Magic Eraser.
- How do you clean a black top electric stove? Glass stove tops don't have grates or drip pans, so they're easier to clean than other types of stove tops. Clean a cooled, black glass stove top daily by spraying it with a little warm water or distilled white vinegar and wipe it with a microfiber cloth. Use a fresh, lint-free cloth to dry and polish it.
- What tumbling media to use? Ceramic Tumbling Media is best for heavy cutting and hard metals. Ceramic Tumbling Media will better support very heavy parts than Plastic Tumbling Media. Fine threads or a hanging burr can be peened over by Ceramic Tumbling Media, whereas Plastic Tumbling Media won't peen.