How to Clean Your Glass Stove Top

by Katie on August 29, 2014

Do you have a glass stovetop? I do, and while I love its smoothness I hate how dirty it can get.  Being so smooth…you really notice when it is dirty!

Surely I’m not the only one who gets some spills on their stovetop. And how do you get them off? Well I’m here to share with you an awesome trick I learned from Happy Money Saver.

How to clean your glass stove top!

I try to wipe mine down every day, but sometimes that doesn’t do it. Sometimes I neglect spills and they burn on there and create quite a nasty mess! In the past I have sprinkled the stove with baking soda and placed a hot rag on it and let it sit. That works, but this works better!

I’m sorry I don’t have pictures of my stove in its state before the cleaning. I didn’t think about blogging about it until I poured the baking soda on it. You will have to trust me that it was pretty dirty.

Supplies:
Baking Soda
Vinegar
Spray Bottle
Cleaning Rags/Sponge
Optional: Razor Blade (for those really tough stains – but be careful not to scratch the surface)

How to clean your glass stove top

Sprinkle a good amount of baking soda all over the surface of the cooktop. Put vinegar in the spray bottle and give it a good soak (I use a mixture of 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 water for my everyday cleaning so I just used that and even at diluted strength it worked really well). Let sit for 15 minutes or a little more and scrub all the gunk away.

For particularly tough marks I have always used a razor blade to scrap them away. I use this as a last resort because you don’t want to scratch your stovetop…although somehow mine has gotten several scratches on it over the years of use. :(

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