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8 Easy Life Hacks That Will Make Cleaning Your Glass Top Stove A Walk In The Park

We all love food and cooking can be a fun experience, but what about cleaning the glass top stoves that are elegant and functional? Well, not so fun. If you don’t clean them regularly they can turn into a total mess. No need for panic- here are 8 easy and simple life hacks to having crispy clean stoves compiled by Sharebly. 

1. Try commercial products

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There are a lot of products designed especially for cleaning glass top stove that will get rid even of the most stubborn stains.

2. Make a cleaner yourself

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You can also combine dish soap, baking soda, and hydrogen peroxide and make a cleanser that is less abrasive by yourself. Just put some soap on the stove first, add some baking soda to it and then pour hydrogen peroxide over the surface. Clean everything with a sponge.

3. Scrub with a scrub brush

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You can also use a scrub brush instead of a sponge, after you apply some cleaner on the stove, for difficult-to-remove stains. .

4. Add a little heat

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Another thing you can do is put some baking soda on the stove and the cover it with a warm dishcloth that you will leave on the stove for 15 min.

5. Erase your stains

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For those stubborn stains, you can also use  Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, that will scrub stuck-on food from the surface.

6. Focus on the little areas

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For cleaning small areas the best thing would be to use a toothbrush and a toothpaste mixed with baking soda.

7. Lighten it with lemon

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For a more natural cleaner, you can use lemon juice that is very acidic. Just squeeze some lemon on the stove, leave it for some time and then scrub the mess away with a sponge.

8. Make a paste

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Another natural cleaner you can do is mixing 4 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 tablespoon of distilled vinegar to make a paste. Put some of this paste on the stove and cover it with a damp cloth for 30 minutes. After that clean the mess.

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