To paint a stove top, cut off the power to the stove, clean the stove, prepare the work area, and spray the stove top with spray paint. Apply two or three coats of paint to get the desired result. More »

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Problems such as scratches, cracks and plastic melts on the glass stove-top surface are repaired by buffing with nail polish, scraping with a metal spatula or by replacing the cooktop glass. If the stove is not heating p... More »

Some of the companies offering stove top repair service include Sears Home Services, Fix It Guy Appliances, The Appliance Repair Doctor and Jenn-Air. Their technicians go through continuous trainings on how to repair mos... More »

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Removing bathtub spray paint involves protecting the working area from a chemical paint remover, applying the remover to the tub and clearing the area of the protective material. To avoid inhaling poisonous gases from th... More »

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Removing spray paint from wood can be a simple process involving sanding or a medium-sized project using chemicals depending on whether the entire wood will be painted to cover the affected area, or a little effort will ... More »

To paint a textured refrigerator, sand the surface of any area of the appliance that will be painted and then use an epoxy spray paint to recolor and refinish the refrigerator. It works best to remove the doors before pa... More »

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To simmer food on an electric stove, the temperature control dial or button should be set to medium-low. This keeps the temperature between 180 F and 200 F, which is just below the boiling point. Depending on the stove, ... More »