Remove the burner coils from the top when they are cool. To remove them, simply pull them out of their connectors.
Use a small amount of dish soap and warm water to wash the coils with a dish cloth. If the burnt enamel persists after a light wash, proceed to Step 3.
Use a small bowl and create a paste of baking soda and warm water. Apply the paste to the burnt enamel on the burners and stove top. Allow the thick solution to sit for 10 to 15 minutes.
Scrub the paste off the burners, wiping away anything that remains. Allow the burner coils to dry before replacing them on the stove top and using them.