How to Clean a Glass Stove Top
Your glass top stove is easy to clean, without the hassle of drip pans or burner grates. But splatters, spills and overflows can bake on quickly, requiring frequent cleaning.
You can scratch the surface of your glass top stove with improper tools or cleaning techniques, such as a razor scraper, scrubbing pad or even a paper towel. Popular cleaning products can leave behind a harsh chemical residue, while home-remedy cleaners such as baking soda and vinegar can create a messy cleanup job.
Simple Green All-Purpose Wipes wipes won't leave behind any sticky residue as they easily remove oil, grease, baked-on food spills and more.
Check your stove Owners Manual before cleaning. Spot test on a hidden area first. Clean your stovetop while cool. Never clean your stovetop while the surface is still hot.
- Wipe with Simple Green All-Purpose Wipes. Use Simple Green All-Purpose Wipes to wipe surface clean, scrubbing any baked-on areas until removed. Dispose of used wipes in the trash. Do not flush down toilet.
- Damp wipe. Wipe surface with a damp microfiber towel. Let air dry.