What's the Best Way to Clean a Glass Stovetop?

What's the Best Way to Clean a Glass Stovetop?

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Kelli Foster
Aug 21, 2015
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Q: I have a dark glass stovetop. The oven vent is in the middle. When you cook something that splatters while the oven is on, it gets baked on the cooktop. How can I get this off? I have tried the milky white glass stovetop cleaner from the appliance store, but it doesn't touch it.

I am afraid to use anything abrasive, either cleaner or scrubber.

Sent by Debbie

Editor: Good choice to avoid any type of abrasive cleaner. I recommend staying away from those, so as to avoid scratching your stovetop. You might find our tutorial on cleaning a glass stovetop helpful. You can also try using a solution of baking soda and vinegar.

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