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Wed Dec 4, 2019, 05:26 PM

Protecting the thin layer of enamel on my stovetop.

My LL got me a cheap stove/oven that has a very thin protective layer of enamel. It cracks and chips easily when it's exposed to too much heat. For example, there was some cracking when I just put a fish steamer on two burners.

I now want to use a pressure cooker and I'm concerned that will determine whether I have buy a new part for the cracked top.

Is there a device that covers the enamel that's fireproof. I mean the part between the burners vertically.

Any suggestions will be valued.

Thanks!

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Reply Protecting the thin layer of enamel on my stovetop. (Original post)
no_hypocrisy Dec 2019 OP
procon Dec 2019 #1

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Wed Dec 4, 2019, 06:17 PM

1. I'm not sure what you want,

but would those metal shields that fit around the burners work? Since the pressure cooker will only be cooking for a third of the time as a regular pot, maybe that will minimize the risk.

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