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Sufficiently damaged enamel could allow the metal underneath to start corroding. Eventually the corrosion could spread under larger pieces of the enamel, allowing them to flake off in large pieces. I don't see any evidence of that in your picture. Scratched and crazed enamel won't cause subtle problems, though, other than a minor loss of nonstick properties ...


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👉 USE ✨EASY-OFF✨ Oven Cleaner! 👈 It will NOT hurt your Stainless Steel Pots & Pans or Ceramics. I was using it to clean baked on splatters from the oven door glass. I had a huge can and a small useless 🤬 window and I read the label while 🤔 waiting for the promised magic to happen. 🤞 It reads: "Ideal for cleaning ovens / oven doors, barbecue grills,...


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I've cooked on gas, and for years on those horrible electric coil rings, and for the last 16 years on a ceramic stove top and they are second only to gas for ease and convenience. Mine is white and I've scoured it with the mild cleanser similar to Vim and Comet sold to me when I got the stove, and it's still nice. I was given a good quality stainless steel ...


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