Cleaning a Edelmetall Brü Burner surface after boil over.

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  1. Rat Terrier

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    As the title suggest I recently experienced a boil over on my shiny new Edelmetall Brü Burner. Does anyone have any experience cleaning them? Any tips or suggestions.

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    Do you have access to a light duty sandblaster?
     
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    Any machine shop would clean it for you to look like brand new if you flip the 5-10 bucks. ;) Just tryin’ to come up with ideas if I were in his shoes! :p
     

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