How in the world do you remove melted plastic from a glass stove top?
My lovely boyfriend was getting ready to leave for work this morning and called me into the kitchen because he could smell something burning. I went in and immediately smelled burning plastic. After I removed his HUGE briefcase from the burner knobs on the stove top I saw one was on and a tupperware type lid was melting on the burner. Sigh....this is not the first time this has happened. It has been a plastic ziploc bag and a plastic grocery bag before.
We rarely use the stove top and BBQ most of our food. But I'm hoping he learned his lesson. I was just glad he didn't just leave and then I'd have to deal with something worse.
Anyway, any ideas on how to remove this? Or do I just let it eventually burn off like I've had to do in the past? But this is much thicker plastic. Right now we just turned off the burner (obviously) and left the lid where it was. But it's going to be a mess to get it off there.