The burnt stain is a very annoying thing on the glass stovetop and it is more annoying to remove that. There are many methods to remove burnt stain from the glass cooktop. In this article, we will describe the top easy method to clean a glass cooktop. You can apply this method to the induction cooktop. Because induction cooktop and electric cooktop almost have the same surface. Ok, let’s see the methods of how to clean stubborn stains on glass cooktop.
How to Clean Stubborn Stains on Glass Cooktop
Things you need
At first, disconnect the power of the stove. Now to remove the tough stain from the cooktop, you have to scrape on the stain gently with a scraper or a dull knife such as a butter knife. You can use a blade razor instead of a knife. While scraping, hold the scraper tool at a 45-degree angle.
Spread two or three spoons of baking soda on the stovetop. Pour down a little bit of water on the baking soda.
Now connect the power. Boil until creating a paste of baking soda. After heating for a few moments you will get a little bit of fume.
Disconnect the power. Spray hydrogen peroxide on the cooktop.
Scrape the cooktop with a dish sponge again and again until removing all stain.
Finally, you can spread out some dry baking soda on the stovetop to wipe it completely.
How to take care of the glass stovetop without scratching the surface?
Alina Bradford is a CNET Contributor who wrote on cnet about this topic. She advises avoiding some cleaning methods and tools to take care of glass stoves.
You must avoid the scrubby side of sponge to wipe your glass stovetop. So you have to use the soft side of the sponge to wipe your glass stovetop.
But when you have to use a razor blade to remove hard stains, you must use it at an angle of 45 degrees.
Don’t use steel wool to wipe your glass stovetop.
Steel wool can scratch on the cooktop. You may get the deep pit from steel wool. Food can get stuck in these pits that may be a permanent feature of your stove. That will be annoying for you.
Avoid heavy pressure to remove tough stains from your stovetop. When you are trying to remove tough stain from your stovetop you have to do that with a soft hand. Heavy pressure not only damage your cooktop but also heating elements.
Glass cleaners are prohibited to clean the stovetop.
Although glass cleaner is a very logical thing to clean the stovetop, the ammonia in the glass cleaner is not a good thing for the stovetop.
Finally, she also advises not to clean the hot surface but according to the user experiences sometimes you need to clean your stovetop with a certain limit of heat. This method has no bad effect.
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