No modern kitchen is complete without a glass top stove. They give your kitchen a sleek, minimalist look that makes it very appealing. Also, with glass top stoves, there’s no cleaning and replacing burner grates and drip pans. While they have very cool features, they quickly become an eyesore with even the smallest of food spills, splatter, grease, and food deposits.
If you own a glass top stove, you are probably finding it difficult to keep it clean. Not to worry, you can use these effective ways to make glass top stove shine without scratching it.
Clean Immediately to Prevent Stains
Wiping up spills and splatter as they occur is one way to keep your glass top stove clean and shining every time. You can use a damp cloth or sponge to clean up the mess immediately.
Go further by using a grease-cutting spray to prevent grease from accumulating and caking over time. Finally, dry the glass surface with a paper towel or soft cloth.
Schedule a Bi-Weekly Cleaning
We get it. Some weeks are so busy there’d be no time to clean stains immediately. Now, your glass top stove is so messy and very unsightly. We’ve got your back dear.
Gather some cleaning materials including baking soda, white vinegar, spray bottle, clean towels, and a basin filled with hot water.
After ensuring that the stovetop is cool, spray white vinegar generously on the glass surface. Apply baking soda on the vinegar, covering the entire surface of the stove. Both materials will break up any dirt and grime that has accumulated over time, making it easy for you to clean without scratching the surface.
Dip a large towel into the hot water and cover the stovetop with it for 15 minutes. You can also string smaller towels together if you can’t find a large one. After 15 minutes, remove the towel and wipe away the baking soda and vinegar with a cloth. Spray vinegar and scrub with a cloth again and again until you are left with a clean shiny surface.
Deep-clean Using Razor Blade
If you own a glass stove top with burnt-on grime and gunk that seem impossible to remove, you’d want to consider this option. You’d need a razor blade, vinegar and towel.
Spray the affected areas with vinegar to soften the caked residue. Then use the razor blade or scrape it off. Repeat the steps until the surface is free and clean. Wipe the surface dry with a clean cloth.
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