You don’t have to admit that you clean your cooktop twice a year or twice a day, but it deserves a good cleaning. How you do it is a topic worth discussing.

Quick cleanings don’t always get rid of the gunk that has embedded itself on the surface. Like the pot spills that build up around the burners. Or sauce splatters. Or dried oil splatters from whatever you cooked four days ago.

You’ve got to get rid of them. If you don’t have a store-bought oven cleaner (this works for stoves too) or a commercial cleaning solution on hand, you can do the job yourself. Make your glass plate, ceramic burners or stainless steel stove look fresh without any scratches. Check out the tips below!

1- Baking soda + towels

Image of dirty stovetop.

Make a little magic with baking soda! It’s all about sprinkling baking soda generously on your cooktop. Soak rags or towels in warm soapy water, then lay them on the surface. Check out the method by clicking on Clean My Space to see how easy and effective this method is!

2- Razor blade scraper

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