The best way to clean melted plastic is with the scrubbing side of a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, which can wipe away the plastic. Wet a Magic Eraser, and wring it out to clean melted plastic with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on cleaning tips.
Hi I'm Rachel Ratuzis and I'm going to show you the cleaning procedure for melted plastic. A lot of times if you have melted plastic around your home, it is usually around the stove area, like maybe something was sitting on your stove and you accidentally turned a knob and turned it on and plastic got burnt on to your stove top. Or, if you are like me your husband thinks that the oven is an extra closet and stores things in there so you go to preheat the oven and find wow my tupperware is melted to the oven now. So the best thing to do when you have melted plastic is go out and buy a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser with this blue scrubby side. You can get a generic Magic Eraser which is what this one was. They are much cheaper they are like half the price. You can get a whole pack of them. They're awesome and all you do with these is get them wet, wring the water out and they really are like magic I don't know what's in this thing but you just use it to wipe away the plastic. Of course you want to wait until it is not hot any more, wait until the plastic has dried but this will really really wipe away any melted plastic that may be in or on your oven. Really that's it. These things are awesome. You should always keep them around the house. They're great for cleaning anything, any stubborn things that are on your pots and pans, even your walls, they are gentle enough to use on your walls to get crayon or pencil marks off. They are awesome. I highly recommend them. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is the cleaning procedure for melted plastic.
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