Everyone using the glass stove understands why it is essential to clean the glass stovetop. Glass stovetops will give a sleek appearance to your kitchen, but it will be sad when there are spills or splatters in it! They are very noticeable, and therefore, it will be good if we follow the tips on how to clean it!
You need proper steps that will not scratch your glass stovetop; after all, you don’t want to interfere with its beauty.
Here are the tips that you should keep in mind before you get started with anything!
- Always clean your stovetop when it’s cold.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners lest it interferes with the surface of your stovetop
- Always read the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
Here are steps that you will want to follow when doing a daily cleaning of a stovetop
After every use, you will want to wipe down your stovetop. Ensure that you have a spray bottle of water or distilled white vinegar and microfiber cloth!
Now follow these steps for routine cleaning of your stovetop!
- Allow the stovetop to cool
- Splash some water and vinegar on it
- Wipe its way using the microfiber cloth
- Buff any streaks with a dry cloth
What if the stovetop is dirtier?
Now that your stovetop is dirtier, it will mean that you will do a thorough cleaning. You will want to get a bit deeper. Therefore a wipe down won’t be that effective.
Ensure that you have all these requirements!
- Microfiber cloth for wiping
- A clean towel
- Baking soda
- A spray bottle of white vinegar
- A bucket filled with water
Now follow these steps for a thorough cleaning!
- Allow the stovetop to cool. Once you are sure that it is ready, spray the surface with vinegar.
- One the vinegar is generously applied, sprinkle the baking soda over it for best results.
- Now using the hot water in the basin, dip your towel, and wring the excess liquid.
- Place the wring towel over the baking soda and vinegar in the stovetop.
- It will take at least 15 minutes. Allow the towel to rest for 15 minutes, then remove it and wipe away that baking soda and vinegar using the microfiber cloth.
- Now it’s time to spritz the surface with vinegar. The clean microfiber cloth will be useful in biffing off streaks. You will then repeat the process until your stovetop is free from any residue!
Cleaning a glass stovetop is very simple! Always be courteous not to use abrasive cloths that will interfere with your glass stovetop surfaces. It is also advisable to do regular cleaning so that dirt doesn’t get a chance to build up permanently!