Postcards From the Ridge
Postcards From the Ridge
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Make Your Glass Cooktop Sparkle

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5 Minutes

We have a glass cooktop that gets dirty quickly. I cook fairly regularly. And my husband and teenage daughters like to cook but they don't always wipe the stove top off immediately. I've found a quick and inexpensive way to get it sparkling clean.
make your glass cooktop sparkle, appliances, cleaning tips
I've got a little routine that takes no more than 10 minutes max. All the baked on grit, grime, and food can be removed without damaging the top.
My secret keepers friend and a scrubber sponge.
My secret keepers friend and a scrubber sponge.
A scrubber sponge, some bar keepers friend (found here and a little elbow grease are all it takes!
I buff it when I'm finished and there's actually a reflection in it.
I buff it when I'm finished and there's actually a reflection in it.
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1 question
  • Susan Meyer
    on May 15, 2016

    Barmans friend? What is it. As Im in Australia.

    • Chris
      on Jul 13, 2016

      Susan, Barkeeper's Friend is a powdered cleanser BUT, unlike most other cleansers, it will not scratch the surface you're cleaning.

    • Susan Meyer
      on Oct 13, 2016

      sorry about the delay As i have just checked my computer. We have in Australia, what they call a creme paste called Gumption. So I don't no how that will work. Regards Susan Meyer.

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  • Linda McErlean
    on Oct 21, 2016

    I have used Bar Keepers Friend for a while now to clean my stove.

  • Tracey
    on Dec 2, 2016

    I've used the cream version of Bar Keepers Friend for this and it was much cheaper than the glass top cleaner I was advised to use by the salesperson of the stove!

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