How to Clean Burnt Glass Stove Top
If you’ve ever tried to clean a burnt glass stove top, you know it’s not an easy task. The good news is that with the right tips and tricks, it’s definitely doable. So, if your stove top is looking a little worse for wear, read on for some advice on how to make it look sparkly clean again. The goal is to do this efficiently and effectively. As a cleaning company we need to spend as little time doing a perfect job every time, and that is where these tips come from.
What You'll Need to Clean the Walls
Before we jump into the how-to, let’s quickly go over what you’ll need to get the job done. For this project, you won’t need any fancy cleaning supplies or expensive equipment—just a few basics that you probably already have around the house. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Warm water (not hot)
- Dawn soap
- Razor Blade
- Glass Stove Top Polish
- Plastic Scrapper
Light Cleaning of a Glass Stove Top
If it isn’t too burnt on, you should be okay with just a light cleaning.
Start out by removing all of the knobs from the stove top. Then use a cloth and ball it up to rub against the edges. This helps remove any dirt or debris that may have built up in those difficult-to-reach corners. Next, wash your stove top with soap and water using Dawn dish soap. This will help break down grease and grime without being too abrasive on the surface. Finally, buff it off with another clean cloth for a streak free shine!
Heavy Duty Burnt Stove Top
If your stove top has heavy duty burnt on food residue then you’ll need to take a few extra steps. Start by applying a soft scrubbing cleanser like Vim to a cloth and scrubbing the area with an even pressure. Rinse this off with warm soapy water which removes grease. Then take your razor blade at a 45 degree angle and using even pressure lift food residue off the stove top. Even pressure is essential to avoid scratches.
Then use vinegar to soak any remaining stuck on areas on the edges and let soak as required. before wiping them off with a dry rag. For these edges use a plastic scrapper to really dig in and make it quicker and easier to remove.
When all of this is done, use glass cleaner and polish to give your stove top an extra shine before finally wiping off any excess product with another clean rag!
Now you know how to Clean Glass Top Stove
With these simple steps you can make sure that your glass stove top looks as good as new! Taking just 10 minutes out of your day can make all the difference when it comes to keeping your kitchen looking amazing – so don’t put it off any longer! Whether you’re moving into a new home or simply sprucing up your current one, these tips will help ensure that you have an immaculate glass stovetop in no time!
Final Note: Be sure not to use harsh abrasives or sharp objects when cleaning glass surfaces as this could cause scratches or damage. If in doubt always consult professional advice before attempting anything yourself. Thanks for reading – happy cleaning!
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