How To Clean Glass Top Stove That Sparkle

Have you ever regretted switching from a traditional stove to a glass-top stove? 

You were lured into the glass top by its sleek, modern look. You think it is easy to clean and keep it sparkle. 

The truth? 

Even a small spill becomes an eyesore. So, you spend a lot of time wiping, rubbing, and scouring it. 

Sure, you can remove most of the dirt. But these cleaning methods may leave streaks, stains, or permanent scratches on the glass top. Sometimes the damage is so severe that you have to replace the cooktop. 

All these happen probably because you treat and clean it in the wrong way. 

Luckily, you come to the right place. 

In this post, we’ll tell you how to clean a glass top stove that keeps it in shape and sparkle. 

Before getting your hands dirty, let’s learn more about the general cleaning rules and ingrain them in your mind. 

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The general cleaning rules of glass top stove 

  • Clean the stove when it cools. Never do any cleaning when the surface is hot. It not only hurts you, but ruins the glass top and microfiber cloths as well. 
  • Remove any loose dirt and debris before cleaning. These loose particles will move back and forth during the cleaning process which will scratch the glass and make the situation worse. 
  • Never use abrasive detergents and tools. These will scratch your glass surface. It’s better to use gentle tools like spongy or microfiber cloths. Coupled with the use of gentle chemicals – vinegar and baking soda, you are good to clean the glass top stove. 
  • Never use glass cleaners. Most glass cleaners contain ammonia that is too strong to clean the glass top stove and will leave permanent streaks and stains. 
  • Read your manufacturer’s instructions to avoid using the wrong tools or chemicals to damage the stove and void the warranty. 

Ok, let’s get down to the cleaning procedures of the glass-top stove. 

Quick cleaning after each single-use 

The best way to keep your stovetop clean and stain-free is to wipe down the glass surface after every use. This will remove food splatters in the first place, avoid grease buildup and make it easy to clean later. 

If you let the splatters – even a tiny one – sit on the glass top, dry, and burn, you will need to spend more time and effort on getting rid of the stains later. Even worse, permanent stains will be left on the glass top no matter how hard you try to clean it. 

So, it is a critical time to take action. Here is how to do the quick cleaning to restore its former glory. 

Quick cleaning with vinegar 

What you’ll need: 

  • Water 
  • White vinegar 
  • A spray bottle 
  • Microfiber cloths 

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle
  4. Spray the vinegar mixture across the glass surface, particularly on the grease buildup 
  5. Wipe it down with the microfiber cloth 
  6. Buff dry the stovetop with a dry clean microfiber cloth to remove any streaks 

Tips: it is always a good idea to keep your stove cleaning supplies close at hand so that you can grab them and act quickly without unnecessary delay or procrastination. 

How to clean the heavily soiled glass top stove 

Vinegar can do the trick for the light-soiled stove. Sadly, it is a mild cleaner that may not remove all stains, especially those baked on stains. Hence, stronger chemicals or tools come in here to do the job. 

Method 1: Baking Soda 

What you’ll need: 

  • Microfiber cloths (a few cloths for covering the entire stovetop and a few cloths for drying)
  • Baking soda 
  • Hot water 
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • A bowl 

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Mix 3 parts of baking soda with 1 part of water to form a paste in a bowl
  4. Apply the baking soda paste over the entire glass top 
  5. Soak several microfiber cloths in hot water. Wring out excess water. The cloths should be wet enough to moisten the baking soda, but not too wet to drip water 
  6. Lay the hot damp microfiber cloths on the paste
  7. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  8. Remove the microfiber cloths. Scrub the glass surface in a circular motion with the microfiber cloths 
  9. Wipe down baking soda and residues from the glass top with the cloths 
  10. Spray vinegar over the glass top 
  11. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 2: Toothpaste 

What you’ll need: 

  • Toothpaste (active ingredients include baking soda) 
  • Microfiber cloths 

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down your glass top gently with a microfiber cloth to remove any loose dirt and debris 
  3. Apply toothpaste to the dirt 
  4. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  5. Wet the microfiber cloth and rub the marks in a circular motion 
  6. Wipe down the glass surface 
  7. Repeat steps 3-6 several times 
  8. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth

Tips: remember to choose white toothpaste with baking soda in it. The gel-style toothpaste doesn’t work well. 

Method 3: Vinegar And Baking Soda 

What you’ll need: 

  • Baking soda 
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • Microfiber cloths (a few cloths for covering the entire stovetop and a few cloths for drying)
  • A bowl 
  • Hot water 

Cleaning procedures:  

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Mix 3 parts of baking soda with 1 part of water to form a paste in a bowl
  4. Apply the baking soda paste over the glass top 
  5. Spray the vinegar over the glass top. The paste will start to fizz 
  6. Soak several microfiber cloths in hot water. Wring out excess water. The cloths should be wet enough to moisten the baking soda, but not too wet to drip water 
  7. Cover the paste with the damp microfiber cloths 
  8. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  9. Remove the microfiber cloths. Scrub the glass surface in a circular motion with the microfiber cloths. If you find the baking soda paste hardened, spray vinegar to moisten the paste and continue the scrubbing 
  10. Wipe down all vinegar, baking soda, and residues on the glass top with the cloths 
  11. Spray vinegar over the glass top 
  12. Dry and buff the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 4: Dish Soap And Baking Soda 

What you’ll need: 

  • Baking soda 
  • Microfiber cloths (a few cloths for covering the entire stovetop and a few cloths for drying)
  • A bowl 
  • Dish soap
  • Hot water

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Fill the bowl with hot water and add a few drops of dish soap. Mix well 
  4. Sprinkle baking soda over the entire glass surface 
  5. Soak the microfiber cloths in the soapy mixture until it is saturated. Wring out excess water. The cloths should be wet enough to moisten the baking soda, but not too wet to drip water 
  6. Cover the entire glass top with damp microfiber cloths to soften the stains 
  7. Wait for 15 minutes 
  8. Remove the microfiber cloths. Scrub the glass surface in a circular motion with the microfiber cloths 
  9. Wipe down everything on the glass top with the cloths 
  10. Clean and rinse the microfiber cloths with water. Wipe the glass top again with the damp microfiber cloths. Repeat several times to completely remove any chemical residues 
  11. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 5: Dish Soap, Baking Soda, And Citric Acid 

What you’ll need: 

  • Baking soda 
  • Microfiber cloths 
  • Hot water 
  • Dish soap 
  • Citric acid (you can replace it with lemon juice or lime)

Cleaning procedures:  

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down your glass top gently with a microfiber cloth to remove any loose dirt and debris 
  3. Apply dish soap over the stubborn stains 
  4. Sprinkle baking soda on top of the soap 
  5. Add 1 tablespoon of citric acid and 1 cup of hot water into a spray bottle 
  6. Spray the citric acid mixture on the baking soda. It will start to fizz 
  7. Wait for 15 minutes 
  8. Scrub the area of stains with a microfiber cloth 
  9. Wipe down all residues on the glass top with the microfiber cloth 
  10. Rinse the microfiber cloth and the glass top several times to get rid of all residues completely 
  11. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 6: Razor Blade Scraper

Warning: before applying this method, please check with your manufacturer’s manual to see if you can use a scraper.

What you’ll need: 

  • Microfiber cloths
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • A razor blade scraper 

Cleaning procedures:  

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down your glass top gently with a microfiber cloth to remove any loose dirt and debris 
  3. Spray the vinegar on the stains 
  4. Wait for 5 minutes 
  5. Hold the scraper at a 45-degree angle against the glass surface to scrape off the debris gently and carefully 
  6. Wipe down the loose debris with the microfiber cloth 
  7. Repeat the scraping and wiping until all stuck-on stains come off 
  8. Spray vinegar over the whole glass top 
  9. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Tips: do not use the corner of the scraper to avoid scratching the glass surface.

Method 7: Commercial Glass Cooktop Cleaner 

You can find different brands of cooktop cleaners on the market. The cleaning process may slightly differ from each other. But generally, they are the same. If there is any discrepancy between this post and the instructions of the products, always follow the instructions of the products. 

What you’ll need: 

  • Commercial cleaner (choose one of the cleaners here
  • Microfiber cloths 

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down your glass top gently with a microfiber cloth to remove any loose dirt and debris 
  3. Apply the cleaner to the glass top and spread it evenly across the surface 
  4. Let it sit for a few minutes 
  5. Rub and scrub the stove in a circular motion with a microfiber cloth 
  6. Wipe down the glass surface with the cloth 
  7. Buff dry the stove with a dry microfiber cloth 

The above methods can tackle the problems – spilled food and stubborn burnt food – of the glass stovetop. 

But you will meet other issues with your glass stove in its lifetime. 

Something you can do with the scratches 

Scratches are a common problem on the glass stove top. You think it is impossible to fix the scratches. You think you have to live with it until it ends its life. Maybe you consider replacing a new cooktop. 

But it turns out that there are more options out there. It all depends on the location and depth of the scratches. 

If the scratches locate in the heating element or are too deep, you need to replace the whole glass top or buy a new stove. 

For light scratch and scuff marks, you can do something to improve their appearance that makes the scratch less noticeable. Keep in mind that we will never remove the scratches on the glass fully. 

For light scratches, you can try the below methods. 

Method 1: Baking Soda 

Method 2: Toothpaste 

Method 3: Glass-Safe Polish And Orbital Buffer 

What you’ll need: 

  • A glass-safe polish (any type of non-abrasive polish) 
  • An orbital buffer with foam pad
  • Microfiber cloths

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Apply a small amount of polish to the scratches 
  4. Put the foam pad on the orbital buffer 
  5. Set the orbital buffer to the lowest speed and turn it on 
  6. Gently buff the scratch marks by moving the pad in a circular motion 
  7. Try to buff with the orbital buffer 2-3 times. The scratches should disappear. If they still exist, you have to try the methods of glass filler kit or replace the whole glass. Don’t overdo it. Otherwise, the glass may shatter 
  8. Wipe down the surface with a damp microfiber cloth 
  9. Buff dry the surface with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 4: Glass Filler Kit (best for small cracked and chipped areas) 

This method can repair small cracks and chips. If the scratches locate on the heating element or the damage is too deep, replace the glass top or the whole stove for your safety. This is because the cooking surface is subject to high heat and is highly susceptible to further damage. Cooking on this cracked cooktop will put you at risk of electrocution and other hazards. 

What you’ll need: 

  • Microfiber cloths
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • Alcohol
  • Masking tape
  • Glass filler kit
  • Popsicle stick
  • Fine-grit Garnet sandpaper

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Let the stove cool down 
  2. Wipe down the loose debris with a microfiber cloth 
  3. Spray the vinegar mixture across the glass surface 
  4. Wipe it down with the microfiber cloth 
  5. Buff dry the stovetop with a dry clean microfiber cloth 
  6. Clean the cracked and chipped area with a cloth soaked with alcohol 
  7. Adhere the masking tape to the edges of the gaps to avoid making messes everywhere 
  8. Apply the filler to the gaps as instructed by the manual and spread evenly with a popsicle stick 
  9. Wipe down any extra filler by the stick 
  10. Allow it to dry 
  11. Repeat steps 8-10 until the gaps are filled in 
  12. Sand lightly with a sheet of fine-grit garnet sandpaper 
  13. Once the area is smooth, remove the masking tape 
  14. Optional: you can paint the filler to match the color of the cooktop 
  15. Let it sit for 1 day to make sure the filler is completely dry before using the stove 

Method 5: Glass Replacement (for serious cracks) 

What you’ll need: 

  • New glass top
  • Cut-resistant gloves
  • Screwdriver
  • Vacuum cleaner

Procedures: 

  1. Unplug the stove 
  2. Check the model number of the stove from the manual or internet 
  3. Contact the dealer and order the glass for your stove 
  4. Once you get the new glass, put on gloves 
  5. Unscrew the glass from the stove 
  6. Lift the damaged glass from the stove frame 
  7. Vacuum to remove all broken glass and dirt 
  8. Put the new glass in place and screw it to the stove frame 

How to get off the water stain or mineral deposits from glass top stove 

Anyone who owns a glass stove faces another common issue – water stains. These unsightly stains are minerals – mainly magnesium and calcium – that are left behind when water evaporates. These insoluble residues can be any color depending on the constituents in the liquid. 

These watermarks are often caused by spilling, boiling over, and heating the cookware with wet bottom without completely drying before cooking. 

Thankfully, these marks are not permanent. You can remove them easily with the right tools and chemicals. 

Method 1: Vinegar

Method 2: Baking Soda 

Method 3: Commercial Glass Stove Cleaner

How to safely clean up burnt plastic? 

Burning plastic on your stove accidentally is a common mistake. Melted plastic can cause fire and release toxic fumes, so it’s important to remove the burnt plastic completely. 

Here’s how you can remove the melted plastic from the glass stove top. 

What you have to do before the cooling down of the stove

What you’ll need: 

  • Oven mitts
  • Wooden spatula

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Turn off the stove 
  2. Turn on your ventilation system 
  3. Put on oven mitts 
  4. Clear all stuff on the glass top 
  5. Use a wooden spatula to clean up the melted plastic as much as possible while it is hot 
  6. Any remaining residues that cling to the glass should be cleaned until the stove is cool 
  7. Leave the room 

What you have to do when the stove is cool

Once the stove is cool, follow the below instructions to clean up the remaining burnt plastic.

Method 1: Boiling Water And Razor Scraper (suitable for a small amount of melted plastic) 

What you’ll need: 

  • Boiling water
  • Razor blade scraper
  • Microfiber cloths
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Pour a little bit of boiling water into the plastic 
  2. Let it sit for 5 minutes 
  3. Use a scraper to lift the plastic from the glass 
  4. Scrub the affected area with a microfiber cloth 
  5. Remove all residues 
  6. Spray the vinegar mixture on the glass surface 
  7. Buff dry the stove with a dry clean microfiber cloth

Method 2: Ice And Razor Scraper ( suitable for a larger piece of melted plastic) 

What you’ll need: 

  • Ice cube
  • Razor blade scraper
  • Microfiber cloths
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Place ice on the top of the plastic that makes it more brittle 
  2. Let it sit for 5 minutes 
  3. Use a scraper to lift the plastic from the glass 
  4. Scrub the affected area with a microfiber cloth 
  5. Remove all residues 
  6. Spray the vinegar mixture on the glass surface 
  7. Buff dry the stove with a dry clean microfiber cloth

Method 3: Baking Soda

What you’ll need: 

  • Microfiber cloths
  • Baking soda 
  • Hot water 
  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • A bowl 

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Mix 3 parts of baking soda with 1 part of water to form a paste in a bowl
  2. Apply the baking soda paste over the offending area 
  3. Soak the microfiber cloths in hot water. Wring out excess water. The cloths should be wet enough to moisten the baking soda, but not too wet to drip water 
  4. Lay the hot damp microfiber cloth on the paste
  5. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  6. Remove the microfiber cloths. Scrub the glass surface in a circular motion with the microfiber cloths 
  7. Wipe down baking soda and residues from the glass top with the cloths 
  8. Spray vinegar over the glass top 
  9. Buff dry the stove with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 4: Olive Oil And Add Nail Polish Remover

What you’ll need: 

  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • Razor blade scraper
  • Microfiber cloths
  • Olive oil
  • Nail polish remover (or acetone)
  • An old towel

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Spray vinegar on the offending areas 
  2. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  3. Hold the scraper at a 45-degree angle. Scrape off the plastic slowly and gently with the scraper 
  4. Wipe off the loose bits with a microfiber cloth
  5. Apply olive oil to the plastic 
  6. Let it sit for 20 minutes 
  7. Scrape off the stains with the scraper 
  8. Wipe off the loose bits and scrub the affected area with a microfiber cloth 
  9. If there are still some bits of plastic on the glass top, add nail polish remover (acetone) to the plastic carefully 
  10. Scrape with the scraper. Remember not to use silicon or plastic spatula because the acetone will dissolve them 
  11. Wipe down with an old towel. Caution: don’t use microfiber cloth because the acetone will dissolve the microfiber cloth 
  12. Rinse and clean the glass top with water several times to remove all chemicals 
  13. Buff dry the glass top with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

Method 5: WD-40 And Nail Polish Remover

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What you’ll need: 

  • A bottle of diluted white vinegar (mix 1 part of white vinegar with 1 part of water in a spray bottle)
  • Razor blade scraper
  • Microfiber cloths
  • WD-40
  • Nail polish remover (or acetone)
  • An old towel

Cleaning procedures: 

  1. Spray vinegar on the offending areas 
  2. Let it sit for 15 minutes 
  3. Hold the scraper at a 45-degree angle. Scrape off the plastic slowly and gently with the scraper 
  4. Wipe off the loose bits 
  5. Apply WD-40 to the plastic 
  6. Let it sit for 5 minutes 
  7. Scrape off the stains with the scraper 
  8. Wipe off the loose bits and scrub the affected area with a microfiber cloth 
  9. If there are still some bits of plastic on the glass top, add nail polish remover (acetone) to the plastic carefully 
  10. Scrape with the scraper. Remember not to use silicon or plastic spatula because the acetone will dissolve them 
  11. Wipe down with an old towel. Caution: don’t use microfiber cloth because the acetone will dissolve the microfiber cloth 
  12. Rinse and clean the glass top with water several times to remove all chemicals 
  13. Buff dry the glass top with a clean dry microfiber cloth 

How to clean burnt microfiber cloths on glass top stove?

Microfibre cloths are a popular choice for cleaning. They are synthetic fabrics that are basically plastic with a low melting point. Leaving them on your glass top stove ends up getting burnt. Don’t worry. Just follow the advice in the above session of cleaning plastic. You can definitely clean up the mess.

How to clean the glass stove top after melting of the cookware 

It’s rare. But it happens. The bottom of the cookware melts and binds to the glass. 

You’re shocked. You think the glass stove is totally ruined. You have to buy a new stove. 

But before discarding, you can try to scrape off the bound metal with a razor blade scraper. If this doesn’t work, you don’t have many other choices. What you can do is replace the whole glass or get a new cooktop.

How to remove cloudiness or discoloration from glass top stove 

You can find haziness or white specks on your glass stove for various reasons. 

  • Burnt food, burnt liquids, oils spilling and boiling over 
  • Mineral deposits left behind from hard water 
  • Improper use of cleaning products or tools like glass cleaner, steel wool, and other abrasive products 
  • Dragging the cookware instead of lifting 

Thankfully, these problems can be fixed by the above cleaning methods. 

What can you do to maintain your glass top stove? 

Cleaning and keeping it looking good is easier than the traditional stove. But you have to clean and maintain it carefully. Here are some tips to help you keep your glass stove clean and sparkle. 

  • Do any cleaning after the stove is cool 
  • Don’t put something like cooking utensils, aluminum foils, plastic bags and empty pots on your cooktop while you cook 
  • Use large cookware, less liquid for cooking, or a lower temperature setting to avoid boiling over 
  • Use non-abrasive tools and cleaners instead of abrasive stuff 
  • Always wipe down the glass surface with a damp microfiber cloth after every single use once the cooktop cools down 
  • Always clean and dry the bottom of the cookware before cooking 
  • Clean the sugar-based stains like jelly, sugar, or syrup when the surface is still warm. Otherwise, they end up binding to the glass to leave permanent marks on the glass top 
  • If you own an induction stove, lay an induction cooktop mat between the induction element and cookware before cooking. Don’t use the mat on electric stove 

How to prevent scratches on the glass stove top 

Prevention is always better than cure. Here are some tips to prevent scratches. 

  1. Clean and dry completely the outside of the cookware 
  2. Clean up spill as soon as possible once the stove is cool 
  3. Don’t move the cookware back and forth across the glass surface. Instead, lift it and move it
  4. Cover the stove with a glass top stove cover when the stove is not in use
  5. Don’t put heavy objects on the top of the glass surface. Most glass stove top can only hold up to 50 lbs. The glass will crack once the weight is over the limit
  6. Avoid using cast iron and stone cookware 

How often should you clean your glass stove top? 

It’s essential to do a quick cleanup after each use to prevent dirt from accumulating on your stovetop and keep the stove in a good shape. This practice really rescues you and your glass-top stove.

About deep cleaning, you should do it constantly depending on how often you use your stovetop. If you cook once per week, you may clean it once per year. If you use the cooktop every day, you may do it once per month. Or if you notice there are any marks on the glass, you should get rid of them as quickly as possible. 

The important thing is to make a cleaning schedule and stick to it.

Why should you clean your glass stove top? 

It seems like a lot of work. You may probably wonder why you should clean your stovetop. Or more precisely, what would happen if you don’t do the cleaning? 

Well, your health and glass top will suffer. 

The surface of the glass top is most likely to accumulate grease, food debris, and bacteria. If you don’t clean the cooktop, the bacteria and germs will spread and adversely affect your health. Plus, this dirt will build up every time you cook and result in unsightly stains. The longer you allow the dirt to sit, the more time and work you need to clean up. 

More than that, the food residues will burn and release smoke that is bad for you if you breathe in. And an extremely dirty cooktop can shorten the life service time of the stove and may cause a kitchen fire. 

That all sounds pretty scary. So, cleaning and maintaining your glass top stove regularly is really important. 

Ready to use cleaning chemicals 

Looking for glass cooktop cleaners?  Then you can consider the below glass cooktop cleaners to save you a little bit of time and effort.

Miraclewipes For Microwaves And Cooktops 

The wipes are designed for quick and convenient use. They are especially suitable for daily cleaning of the glass stove top. You can remove the dirt, grease, spill, and fingerprints easier. For stubborn stains, you may consider other cleaners e.g. Weiman Cooktop And Stove Top Cleaner Kit, Bar Keepers Friend Cooktop Cleaning Kit, or Cerama Bryte Cooktop Cleaning Kit. 

Weiman Cooktop And Stove Top Cleaner Kit 

The formula of the cooktop cream is gentle, yet effective to clean up grease, burnt food, and stubborn stains. Coupled with a razor and scrubbing pad in this kit, you can always keep your glass stove top clean, streak-free, and shiny without scratching and damaging it. 

Bar Keepers Friend Cooktop Cleaning Kit 

The non-abrasive formula of the cleaner is gentle but powerful to clean and shine the stove without scratching it. You can remove stubborn dirt, grime, and fingerprints easily but safely. 

Cerama Bryte Cooktop Cleaning Kit 

The non-abrasive cleaner is environmentally friendly and safe on all smooth cooktops. You can use it for heavy-duty cleaning, but also daily light cleaning as well. The cleaner tackles almost any cleaning problems of a glass cooktop.

Final thoughts

Now you know everything you need to know about how to clean your glass top stove and keep it shiny. The key is to wipe down your glass cooktop after each use. This will save you a lot of time and elbow grease for deep cleaning and maintain the spotless look of your cooktop all year long. 

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