Stove and Cooker FAQs
The enamel finish should only be cleaned when cool and to keep the enamel in the best condition observe the following tips:
Wipe over daily with a soapy damp cloth, followed by a polish with a clean dry duster.
For stubborn deposits a soap impregnated pad can be carefully used on the vitreous enamel.
Use only products recommended by the Vitreous Enamel Association, these products carry the Vitramel label. Astonish & CIF branded products are approved by the Vitreous Enamel Association and a detailed list of the approved cleaners can be found on their website, www.vea.org.uk/enamel-care-list.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE PADS OR OVEN CLEANSERS CONTAINING CITRIC
If your stove cooker has an enamel finish it would not be possible to paint it a different colour. To change colours of your cooker or stove you would need to change the relevant castings. If you have small marks on the enamel these can be touched up using the relevant colour of touch up paint which would be available through any of the local Stanley Stockists. It is only advised to use touch up on very small marks.
To change the colour of the cooker you will need to change the constituent parts on the front of the appliance (i.e. front, doors etc). Please note we only hold parts on discontinued cookers up to 15 years after they have been discontinued. Please check with your local stockist for availability of replacement parts.