To clean everyday spills and stains from your glass-top stove, start by letting your stove cool down once you’re done cooking, and dry dust the stove to rid it of debris.
Mix a few drops of dish soap with warm water and dip a sponge into the mixture. Gently scrub the stove with the sponge, wipe it off with a clean, damp cloth, and dry the appliance.
Mix white vinegar with equal parts of water and spray the solution onto your stove. Let it sit for about 30 minutes to loosen all the gunk, and give it a gentle scrub.
Then, use a damp rag to wipe off the liquid from the stove before drying it with a microfibre cloth. The vinegar and water solution will also effectively deodorize your stove.
To remove stubborn grime, mix baking soda with water using a 3:1 ratio, smear the paste onto the stove, cover it with a warm, damp cloth for 30 minutes, and wipe it off.
You can also spray the vinegar on the stove and sprinkle some baking soda to loosen pesky stains, or mix your dish soap with a bit of baking soda and use it as an everyday cleaner.
Slice a lemon in half and spray the juice of one half onto the stove, using the other half as a gentle scrubber to spot clean dirty areas. Then, dust some baking soda on top.
Cover the stove with a damp cloth soaked in hot water for at least half an hour. Wipe the paste away and thoroughly clean the stove with white vinegar once more before drying it.