How To Properly Clean Your Glass Stovetop?

Cleaning glass stovetops can be tricky because they can easily be scratched – and no one wants to do that. But this shouldn’t stop you from cleaning it – instead, you need to find the proper methods and ingredients to use so that you have a spotless stovetop that is free of any damage and scratches!

How To Properly Clean Your Glass Stovetop – Without Scratching it?

I want to share two different cleaning methods you can use which are effective at removing burnt food, spills, build-up, greasy stains, and all sorts of other things you have to deal with when cleaning your stovetop and still not damage or scratch it.

If I have to be honest with you I have tried a lot of commercial cleaners – some were expensive and some were relatively cheap, however, nothing worked as good as I wanted it to. This is why I decided to give using natural ingredients a try – and let me tell you, the results are amazing!

– Use Baking Soda And Vinegar

Spray some vinegar all over your stovetop then wipe with a cloth. This will remove the crumbs and any stains which aren’t stubborn.

Then in order to get rid of the burnt food, stubborn stains, and greasy you would want to sprinkle baking soda all over the top but before you do that you need to prepare an old towel by soaking it in hot water. Don’t worry – the baking soda is safe to use and won’t scratch the surface. Then, after you sprinkle your stovetop with the baking soda, you need to lay the towel on top.

Wait for at least 15-20 minutes before you wipe the baking soda with the towel.

– Use Hydrogen Peroxide

Another amazing way you can clean your glass stovetop is by using hydrogen peroxide.

Start off with applying liquid soap all over the surface (great for removing greasy stains). Then pour a little bit of hydrogen peroxide. Continue with sprinkling baking soda on top of that.

Take a brush and start scrubbing (but be gentle!) for a few minutes. Once you are happy with the result and all impurities have been removed – wipe the stovetop with a damp cloth!