Glass stoves are such a great kitchen appliance, both for their sleek, modern design, and ease of use. They’re more practical than a traditional stove and are so much easier to clean.
But from over time use, grime, dirt, and burned food may start to build up. And that’s why I looked for some of the easiest and best ways to clean your glass stove. These are seriously time and budget saving and will definitely make your life more convenient. So check them out and let me know what you think!
Lay a Hot Towel Over Sprinkled Baking Soda
To easily make a home made soft scrub cleaner, all you need is baking soda and a warm towel. Sprinkle some soda on your stove top, take your warm towel and lay it over. Let it sit for 15 minutes, wipe off after and voila, a nice and clean glass stove!
For the Toughest Stains
Combine hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, and baking soda to make the stove top cleaner. These three ingredients will make your glass stove clean, and look shiny and new in no time!
Remove Burned Food Spots with Arm & Hammer Toothpaste
This revolutionary toothpaste with baking soda is a great agent in removing burned food spots. Gently rub the paste in with an old tooth brush and let it sit for 15 minutes. Wipe down with a cloth after and voila, your stove top will be super clean.
Clean Your Glass Stove with Coke
Okay, this tip sounds silly and weird but pouring coke on your stove top is a seriously great idea. The corrosive acids in the cola will break down the stains.
Scrub Stains with a Magic Eraser
Magic erasers are pretty amazing—they make even the toughest stains disappear in seconds and it’s very inexpensive.
Wax Your Stove Top for Easy Cleanup
Apply car wax to your stove top and wipe off using paper towels. Any future spills — no matter how crusty — will wipe off in a jiffy.
Rub a Dry Potato on Your Glass Stove
To clean your glass stove using a uncooked potato, cut it in half and rub the sliced potato over the stains in a circular motion. If the end of the potato gets slick, slice off a newly cut end. The potato has enough moisture and contains oxalic acid, which helps to break down stains easily.
Use a Razor Blade Scraper
Get rid of the grime out on your glass stove by using a razor blade scraper. Just don’t forget that razor blades are small and kinda difficult to handle so use extreme caution if you don’t use gloves.
If you’re tired of buying cleaning product that don’t work for your glass stove, then you need to try these proven cleaner tips. They’re handy, super easy to do and the results they give are totally awesome. Implement this on your next cleaning session and let me know what you think.
Now, If you have any questions about these easy ways to clean your glass stove, comment down below. I’d love to help you out.