Glass-top stoves are a much-admired kitchen appliance, both for their sleek, modern design and ease of use. Regular cleaning with safe and effective tools keeps the stove top looking like new. Here are some cleaning tips for kitchen glass-top stove. Spills are part of the territory when it comes to cooking. Instead of waiting until later to clean up the mess, wipe up drips and spills as you go. Removing the food before it hardens makes cleaning simple. Wipe the mess with a damp cloth. A warm, wet cloth removes grease and other remnants that may not be obvious. Cleaners made specifically for glass stove tops aid in removing food or grease left behind. Squirt a small amount of the cleaner on a cooled stove top. Rub the cleaner over the stove with a cloth. Wipe the cleaner off the glass with a clean, damp cloth. A razor scraper works well for removing food stuck onto the glass surface. Keep the scraper near the stove but away from children so you can scrape the burned-on food right away.
Hold the razor blade at a 45-degree angle. Slide the blade along the surface of the stove, scraping at the edge of the food spill. Apply glass stove-top cleaner to the spill. Scrape the spill as soon as possible, especially for sugary spills, which harden once they cool. Use a pot holder when using the scraper on a hot stove top. Wipe down the entire stove top after scraping the spot to get rid of any remnants.