How To Clean A Glass Top Stove

May 21st

How To Clean A Glass Top Stove – To keep the slippery surface of the stove top your glass clean is a cinch with proper cleaning and some elbow grease. Follow these steps. Make sure the appliance has cooled down before cleaning it. Monitor the “hot surface” light function on your stove. Wipe and clean the glass with warm soapy water or a mild, non-abrasive cleaning with a damp cloth or sponge as soon as possible after the boil has cooled.

Modern Kitchen With Glass Top Stove
Modern Kitchen With Glass Top Stove

Clean the glass top stove after every meal so the food does not get baked on and stuck the next time you cook. You will really regret cooking with a dirty stove. Wet the heavy, sticky spills such as candy, jellies, syrups and sauces, as soon as possible. Hot water helps soften the spill. Use a scraper made specifically for glass top stoves to help lift and scrape off stubborn spills, was careful not to scratch the surface. Continue to clean the cooking surface with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner and a damp cloth or sponge.

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Invest in cleaning and polishing creams made especially for the glass top stove. Check your manufacturer’s suggested cleaning product. This bottle will be your best friend for cleaning white film, metal stains from the bottom of your pots, heavy soils brands, dark stripes and other strange discoloration that may occur. Remember that your glass top stove is not a new countertop. Avoid placing objects on it, such as plastic bags, which inadvertently may melt or stick to the surface if it is still hot. Be sure to follow the “hot surface” light before anything on it.