Are you wondering what the secret is to removing those stubborn blotches and stains from your glass stovetop? Don’t fret if you left sauce on the stove too long and it won’t come off. Let us help!
The first thing to do is to make sure your stove indicator is off and your stovetop is cool. Don't ignore this important first step!
White vinegar will get rid of a lot of stains. Pour it on, allow to sit for a few moments, then wipe with a sponge or microfiber cloth. If stains persist, get out the baking soda.
Baking soda is almost a perfect cleanser. Sprinkle some over the stovetop and allow to sit for a few minutes under a damp cloth before wiping with sponge or microfiber cloth.
Going to the Blade
Despite the effectiveness of these two small cleaning miracles, inevitably there are one or several super-stubborn stains that just won't yield. Don't despair, though! They actually make special tools to scrape off these most unrepentant stains. Here again, safety first, second, and always! You want to use this tool with the utmost care. Cracking the glass on a stovetop range won't be at all pleasant or beneficial!
When you've completed all this, your glass stovetop should gleam and shine like new, and you will be ready to get back to its true function, cooking you and your family delicious and nutritious food. But, if by some chance, that stove or any other appliance in the house doesn't work at this point, there is only one thing left to do! Contact us at Appliance Science, so we can get your world working right! Appliance Science repairs stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers, or any other household appliances. We are located at Pawleys Island, South Carolina, and service all the surrounding areas.