How to clean a glass stove in minutes

**How to keep your stove top clean every day

First and foremost, the very best manner to preserve a pitcher burner smooth is to wipe down the floor after every use. Here's what to do to avoid cloudiness and keep your fireplace sparkling:

1. Quickly wipe up spills and stains as they occur with a damp sponge or cloth.

2. Use a degreasing spray or a cloth designed specifically for glass on a cool burner. If you don't have stove cleaner, use some pure white vinegar. Cuts grease and cleans without leaving streaks.

3. Rinse and dry the glass with a soft cloth or paper towel.

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If you neglect about to wipe the pan and you are managing lumpy spots, you will want a greater thorough cleansing technique.

1. After the pot has cooled, spray the surface with white vinegar.
Then sprinkle baking soda over the vinegar.

Place a easy towel soaked in warm water and wring it out over the vinegar/baking soda mixture.
Let this combination paintings its magic for 10 to fifteen minutes.Removing towel and wipe off the residue with a microfiber cloth.Spray extra vinegar and use a easy microfiber fabric to put off the streaks.

2. Rinse the surface thoroughly and buff it dry. It is very important to completely remove any residue from the cleaning product, otherwise it can also cook and burn, and worse, affect the performance of your stove, especially induction. 
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How to remove tough stains from glass stoves

If your glass fireplace has only been around for a few days and is already covered in burnt grime and needs a little TLC to remove the color, it's time to break out the heavy duty tools:
+Note: However, earlier than attempting this method, take a look at the manufacturer's care instructions!

1. Place a warm wet washcloth on the glass to soften the residue.

2. Using a razor blade—or the scraper provided in the stovetop cleaning kit—held at a 45-degree angle, carefully scrape away the burnt parts. Don't worry, the glass in these stoves is durable and can withstand this treatment.

3. Depending on how the deposit is baked, you may need to repeat the hot towel/razor step a few times.
Clean the entire top with your cleaner; Then rinse well and dry