Does anyone know of a homemade cleaner for flat top (glass top) stoves?
By JC from Seattle, WA
My glasstop is about three years old and still looks great even though I do a lot of cooking; we don't buy anything special for it, though.
When the stovetop is off and the burners have all cooled down, we're in the habit of just dipping a sponge scrubber in clean, hot dishwater (we use Dawn detergent) and scrubbing/wiping, then giving it a squirt with glass cleaner (been using that plant-based, gentler Greenworks stuff) and a paper towel to finish it off.
I think you can use baking soda. It should clean well and not scratch the surface.
my new flat top is a whirlpool 7/16 and it look's like s--t. can you help!
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