Glass top stoves are one of the best innovations when it comes to kitchen props because it takes away that caution towards removable burners and drop-pans, plus they look amazingly elegant and smooth, which fits the luxurious look you are looking for.
The best thing about the glass top stoves is the fact that it can be cleaned easily without much trouble. However, using the wrong techniques can have bad effects on your stovetop. So without any further ado, here are the best glass top stove cleaning tips you have to know about.
1. Baking soda and vinegar
Baking soda and vinegar are one of the most famous and effective cleaning combinations ever. All you have to do is let your stovetop cool down and wipe it with a cloth dampened in vinegar. Once done, cover the entire glass stove top with baking soda, then soak a large towel in hot water and cover the stovetop surface with it. Let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes, then scrub the stovetop with the wet towel.
2. Don’t use cast iron on your glass top stove
If you don’t want your stovetop scratched, then avoid using cast iron on it because the glass is sensitive to nicks and nicks. The same applies to ceramic pans, avoid using them on your glass stovetop as well.
3. Use a razor blade
If you clean the stovetop and find food stains stuck on the glass stovetop after cleaning it with the vinegar and baking soda method, then use a flat razor blade to scrape off the stains gently.
4. Lemon juice and baking soda
Sprinkle baking soda all over the surface of your glass stovetop, then cut a lemon in half and use one of the halves to scrub the stovetop with baking soda. Once done, wipe away the powder and juice using a damp cloth.
5. Remove black stains with silicone and baking soda
If you have a big black stain that came from a burner that sat too long on the stovetop, then rub a silicone spatula on the stain using a circular motion to fade ut the color of the stain. Once done, mix water and baking soda to create a paste and apply it on the stain. Let it sit for 30 minutes before wiping everything off. If the stain is still there, then make another paste by mixing vinegar and baking soda, then apply it to the stain and let it sit for 5 minutes before washing it off.
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