5 effective ways to clean your glass cooker

If you have a glass-burner electric oven, you are probably very familiar with the battle of keeping it clean. The tiniest water bubbles on the edge of a bowl and suddenly you’re left with a burnt disaster. If your glass cooktop has seen better days, check out these five super effective ways to make it shine again.

1. Vinegar and baking soda

Because what can’t vinegar and baking soda do? ! Sprinkling generous amount of baking soda on stove. Then sprinkling distilled vinegar on top. Let the solution sit for about half an hour, then wipe it off with a damp cloth.

2. Dish soap

Pour a generous amount of dishwashing liquid over the entire surface of the stove. Then sprinkling some baking soda on top. Finish by pouring a small amount of hydrogen peroxide on top. Using sponge or scrub brush to scrub the burner. Then wipe with  damp cloth.

3. Razor blade

If you have very lumpy residue on your stove top, a razor blade may be the best solution. Spray a little cleaner on your stovetop, then carefully use the flat side of the razor blade to scrape off the grime.

4. Wet towel

1. Vinegar and baking soda

Because what can’t vinegar and baking soda do? ! Sprinkling generous amount of baking soda on stove. Then sprinkling distilled vinegar on top. Let the solution sit for about half an hour, then wipe it off with a damp cloth.

2. Dish soap

Pour a generous amount of dishwashing liquid over the entire surface of the stove. Then sprinkling some baking soda on top. Finish by pouring a small amount of hydrogen peroxide on top. Using sponge or scrub brush to scrub the burner. Then wipe with  damp cloth.

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3. Razor blade

If you have very lumpy residue on your stove top, a razor blade may be the best solution. Spray a little cleaner on your stovetop, then carefully use the flat side of the razor blade to scrape off the grime.

4. Wet towel

Sprinkle baking soda and vinegar on your stove top (as in #1). Then immerse a washcloth in hot water. Wring out towel and place it on the stove. After 15 minutes, remove the towel and use a scrub brush to remove any remaining residue.

5. Rubbing alcohol

In a spray bottle, mix about 10 ounces of water and three ounces of rubbing alcohol. Spraying solution on your stove. Leave it for a few minutes and then use a damp cloth to clean it.

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