Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 03, 2015
"I bought a new electric stove with a glass cook top, and whenever a pot boils over, it makes a mess of the glass," said an inventor from Hayward, Calif. "It is very hard to get these burns and stains off the cook top, so I developed a way to prevent overflow in the first place."
He developed the patent-pending Cooktop Overflow Pan to prevent pots from boiling over onto the stovetop. The accessory protects cook top, especially a glass one, from burns and stains, which reduces the need to clean the stovetop as often. This saves time and effort. This accessory also provides an easier way for those with disabilities, such as arthritis, to clean a cook top. Also, the device allows lids to be left on pots longer, which helps foods cook faster.
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