Six Efficient Methods for Cleaning Your Glass Stovetop

Whether you clean your stovetop twice a year or twice daily, it deserves a thorough cleaning, and the method to achieve this is worth exploring. Quick cleans often fail to remove all the embedded residue, such as the pot spills around the burners, sauce splatters, or dried oil from meals cooked days ago. Eliminating these residues is crucial. If you lack store-bought oven cleaner (also suitable for stovetops) or a commercial cleaning solution, you can still do it yourself. Make your glass, ceramic, or stainless steel stovetop shine without causing any scratches by following the tips below!

1- Baking Soda and Towels

Work wonders with baking soda! Simply sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda on your cooktop, soak rags or towels in warm, soapy water, and place them on the surface. To see how easy and effective this method is, click on ‘Clean My Space’ for a demonstration. 2- Razor Blade Scraper While you may already have a small razor scraper in your toolbox or garage, you might not know that it is excellent for removing dried food. First, moisten the surface, then gently scrape away burnt food and debris, applying gentle downward and outward pressure. If you don’t own a scraper, you can purchase one at a hardware store. Rubber scrapers are another option.

2- Razor Blade Scraper

While you may already have a small razor scraper in your toolbox or garage, you might not know that it is excellent for removing dried food. First, moisten the surface, then gently scrape away burnt food and debris, applying gentle downward and outward pressure. If you don’t own a scraper, you can purchase one at a hardware store. Rubber scrapers are another option.

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