HOW TO CLEAN ELECTRIC STOVE TOP
What You Need
A clean stove top both sets the tone for a beautiful kitchen and helps to maintain your and your family's health. Bacteria can build up in the burnt chunks of food that never made it into your meals and lead to illness. Also, burning sauces and grease onto your stovetop can damage the finish.
Electric stoves can either have metal coil burners or glass tops. While coiled burners of most electric stovetops are designed to be self-cleaning and glass is usually simple to clean, some spills and messes can require a more thorough cleanup.
Regardless of which type of burner you have in your kitchen, natural cleaning options, including white vinegar, dish soap, and a sprinkle of baking soda, may not be strong enough degreasers. Although it may seem like a common sense solution for a glass cooktop, glass cleaning products can leave behind a chemical residue that could be either flammable or harmful to inhale as it burns off.
Whether you have metal coil burners or a glass topped stove, Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner breaks down grease and can deep clean your burnt electric stove top without harsh or abrasive chemicals. Plus, it won't leave behind fumes that can linger long after you've finished cleaning.
To make things even easier on yourself in the future, it's best to clean electric stove top burners weekly. Food and grease won't have a chance to get stuck or cause damage if you get rid of those spots as soon as they show up.
Check your owners manual and warranty before beginning.
Cleaning Coil Burner Electric Stove Tops
Cleaning Glass Electric Stove Tops
WHERE TO BUY
Join Our Mailing List