I must say cleaning a glass stovetop is a pretty tricky thing to do. One thing that drives me crazy is how easy it is for a spill to turn into a hard stubborn stains – in just a matter of seconds.
– Use a blade when cleaning
I know it sounds weird but if you are dealing with stubborn burnt stains you can easily scrape them off with a blade – and the best blade you can use is a plastic one. That way you are less likely to damage the surface and scratch the glass stovetop.
– Use white vinegar when cleaning
The number one natural ingredient used for cleaning – white vinegar. It is very effective especially with glass stovetops. Simply spray some on the surface and leave it there for a couple of minutes so that it works its magic. Then wipe it.
– Use baking soda when cleaning
Not only can you use vinegar but you can also use baking soda. If your glass stovetop really needs a deep cleaning then the mixture of baking soda, vinegar, and some liquid soap will be your best friend.
Spray the vinegar all over the surface then sprinkle the baking soda. It will have a reaction so leave it there for a couple of minutes so that the baking soda and vinegar can loosen the grime and built-up.
The next thing you should do is dampen a cloth in a soapy warm water and wipe the glass stovetop.
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