Any kitchen may seem modern and sleek with glass-top stoves. A shiny new glass-top stove is a beautiful thing to behold. The light bounces off the perfect finish and creates a bright and elegant atmosphere in your kitchen. They also have the advantage of not requiring burner grates or drip pans to be cleaned or replaced. However, if you own one of these stoves, you've probably observed that even the tiniest spill or splatter appears and can seem much more obvious.
To keep your kitchen looking its best, learn how to clean your glass-top stove without harming it.
What you need:
- Clean sponge
- A spray bottle of water or distilled white vinegar
- Baking soda
- Liquid dish soap
- Lemon juice
- Microfiber cloth
- Apply undiluted white vinegar on the stovetop and let it sit for 10 minutes. After each use, spray the glass stovetop down and remove stains and grease with a moist towel.
- Carefully remove the accumulation by making a 45° angle with the razor blade.
- On top of the glass, place wet paper towels and sprinkle baking soda. After giving the filth 15 minutes to work with the baking soda, use paper towels to remove the residue and dirt. Cleanly wipe down the stovetop with a moist towel to remove any leftover baking soda residue.
- You can get rid of a stain or minor accumulation as soon as you detect it by applying toothpaste with a damp cloth to the affected area. Rub the dirt away, then use a moist towel to remove the leftovers.
- After 10 minutes, scrape away whatever you missed with the soapy water.
- Use a fresh, moist towel to wipe down the stovetop.
- Dry the glass with a microfiber towel and buff it.
Apply lemon juice on the cooktop to complete the cleaning of the stovetop. The lemon juice will dissolve any leftover residue and clean your stovetop and provide your kitchen with a new, clean scent. Your sheen should be brilliant and streak-free with a few paper towels and some lemon juice removed.