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Cheap and Easy Trick for Cleaning a Smooth Stovetop

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Here's a simple way to clean a smooth stovetop using baking soda and a wet soapy towel. I've done this several times and it really does work!
  • cheap and easy trick for cleaning a smooth stovetop, appliances, cleaning tips
  • cheap and easy trick for cleaning a smooth stovetop, appliances, cleaning tips
  • cheap and easy trick for cleaning a smooth stovetop, appliances, cleaning tips

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  • Renefriis7
    Renefriis7 San Jose, CA

    I just use a cream cleaner they recommend for glass top stoves. My bottle has lasted a long time, because only a little is needed. I use the cleaner and paper towels for light cleaning and a straight edge razor I bought at a hardware store for

  • Sharon Seiber
    Sharon Seiber West End, NC

    I have found that Greased Lightening works like a charm. Spray it on, leave a few minutes, them wipe off.

    • Sharon Seiber
      Sharon Seiber West End, NC

      Also Lowe's Hardware. A bonus is that it cleans most any greasy surface. I have even used it on m y cupboards, but try a small place to make sure. I've never had it take off anythings surface tho. Just wipe it off quickly.

  • Sharon Seiber
    Sharon Seiber West End, NC

    You can buy it at any big hardware store, such as Home Depot or Lowes.

  • Barbara
    Barbara Lindenhurst, NY

    I use the baking soda as shown, it's easy and it isn't a chemical. It works!
    My first flat top came with a razor/scraper, good for burnt on stuff and it never damaged the glass. The stove I have now is a little shinier, and I find it a little

  • Flora Lape

    I use sos pads for burn on-it doesnt scratch the glass ,much easlier then a scrapper -wash off and shine with window cleaner and paper towel--

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