Cleaning the Glass Stove Top!


After a long dinner, the last thing that you want to do is clean up. When you think you’re almost done, you turn and see the glass stove top covered in food, grease and grime. So now that needs to be cleaned. Below are a few steps on how to make the glass stove top cleaning a little bit easier.

First thing to do is make sure that the stove is cooled and turned off. Spraying any sort of cleaning product can actually burn right into glass if it is still too hot. Usually, there will be an indicator light to show you if it is still hot or if it is time to clean.

When it comes to cleaning, there are a couple different options. One option is to just wet a sponge with a little bit of soap and wipe down the stove top. Another option would be to use baking soda. With baking soda, pour it directly onto the stove top and have it sit for a bit. Then you can scrub the stove down and the food and grease will just wipe off. The last option would be to fill a spray bottle with hot water and add lemon juice or vinegar. After, you can spray the stove down and wipe it clean. However, after using this ingredient, make sure to spray and wipe it down again as well as wipe it dry.

Lastly, when there is a mess on the stove after dinner, do not leave it for another day. It is hard enough to get certain spills of an hour after cooking so imagine trying to clean after a few days. This spells disaster. By doing these few tips, the stove top cleaning will not be hard anymore. It will be a breeze cleaning the glass stove top. Give these tips a try and see how it goes!

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