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Get a plastic funnel and glue a drinking straw to the inside of the spout. This will let the air out while it fills. Or, buy another under-sink bottle. You can fill that bottle quickly, then turn it upside down and put it in the hole. Just let it sit until empty.
The self-clean temperature won't get high enough to melt the metal -- and the burner pieces are subject to pretty high heat anyway. I have cleaned aluminum and enameled parts in a self-clean cycle and the only time I have had problems is with large surface-area part (think a frying pan or something) -- in this case you might warp the metal by subjecting it ...
I have just tried a mixture of mayonnaise, vinegar and lemon juice, and it works beautifully! With only a quarter of the effort used to clean with Brasso and far better results!
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