If you’re not careful your glass stovetops can get pretty dirty. But eventually, it will get dirty. And you can do some serious damage to your glass stovetop if you’re not properly cleaning it.
Your local grocery store carries special cleaning products for your glass stovetops but they are often packed with chemicals. But there are ways to safely clean your glass stovetops with things you already have in your home that aren’t packed with harsh chemicals.
Here Are 8 Ways To Safely And Naturally Clean Your Glass Stovetops:
1) Scrape With A Razor
You may have to scrape if you don’t want to spend an hour scrubbing your glass stovetop. Use a razor blade to gently scrape away burnt on food. Make sure you take care to not scratch the glass.
2) Use Vinegar
Vinegar is a great natural glass cleaner to wipe your glass top stove with. It will remove surface debris and grease. It’s also expensive, all-natural, and will instantly restore shine.
3) Baking Soda Method
Sprinkle baking soda on your glass stovetop. Scrub with a wet sponge. The abrasiveness of the baking soda will help dislodge tough stains and burnt on food.
4) Baking Soda Vinegar Method
Spray your stovetop with some vinegar. Then pour baking soda on your stove top so that it’s completely covered. Wet a towel or two small towels with some vinegar and very hot water. Wring your towel and place on your stovetop so it’s completely covered. Let the towel sit for 15 minute. It will loosen up any gunk that you couldn’t get off with the other methods.
5) Lemon and Baking Soda Method
Use the power of citric acid to remove stovetop crud. Sprinkle baking soda all over your stovetop. Cut a lemon in half and squeeze the lemon all over your stovetop. Let it fizz up and sit for a few minutes before you use the lemon to scrub your stovetop clean. Wipe all the gunk up with a paper or cloth towel.
6) Toothpaste Method
Use all natural toothpaste to remove tough burn stains. Just rub the paste on your stains with an old toothbrush. Let it sit for 15 minutes before wiping away with a damp cloth.
7) Magic Eraser Method
Magic Erasers are indeed magic. They can get rid of even the toughest stains with a little elbow grease. Including the ones on your stove.
8) Dish Soap, Hydrogen Peroxide Method
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This is for extra stubborn messes. Spread dish soap all over your stovetop and then sprinkle a layer of baking soda over that. Pour a tablespoon or two of hydrogen peroxide over that and scrub with a dish scrubber. Let sit for three minutes before wiping clean.
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