Cooktop Cove: 7 best tips on getting clean stovetop glass naturally
By Angela Brown
Glass-top stoves offer a few significant advantages over other types of stove tops. One of the best things about having this type of stove is that you don't have to worry about drop pans and removable burners. As an added bonus, the smooth top stoves look sleek and can really add pop to a modern kitchen design.
While this type of stove is known for being slightly easier to clean, the ceramic tops are a little more sensitive to cleaning solutions than cheaper stoves. If you want to get your glass stovetop clean without ruining the surface, try one of these tricks:
Baking soda and vinegar (h/t DIY Network)
There's a reason this combination is popular among organic DIYers: it works. Watch the process in the video below
Skip materials that can damage glass stove (h/t The Spruce)
If you want to keep your glass top scratch free, make sure you don't make these mistakes, as mentioned in the video below:
Remove tough stains on glass stove (h/t Nature Hacks)
If you find that you still have stains and stuck-on food on your glass stove top after you've cleaned it with baking soda and vinegar, try using the trick below:
Lemon juice and baking soda
Sprinkle baking soda over the entire glass top of your stove. The slice a lemon in half and use the following method to make things sparkling again.
Choose your cleaning cloth carefully
Be careful what materials you use on your glass stove top. Follow the advice in the video below:
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