The classic grease cleaner, then glass cleaner to finish the cleaning up. That will retard the grease to steak again and the next time will be easier to cleanup.
I use a razor blade to remove the bulk of the mess first.
The razor blade idea is a great idea for burned on messes. I use baking soda and peroxide. Wipe the surface with a wet damp cloth. Then sprinkle baking soda over service. With a misting sprayer, spray the entire surface with the peroxide then cover for 15 minutes with a hot damp towel. Wipe and buff. This works great and without using harmful chemicals.
I use Clorox bleach that's a spray cleans and shines unbelievable
I use BAB-O easy scrub Mild abrasive cleaner with lemon and lightly scrub with a stanless scratcher, and always use glass cook top cleaner to protect the glass After cleaning
i use specific cleaner named in manual
I 've tried the baking soda and peroxide didn't work , but I didn't cover I will try it again covering and let it sit for a few minutes.
I use Glass Plus & follow with cooktop cleaner for protection. A razor blade is good for anything burned on. If too much liquid grease on it, I start with De.Solv. It.
I SPRAY WITH DISH SOAP, THEN USE AN OLD FASHIONED SOS PAD, AND WIPE CLEAN, TAKES MINUTES, COSTS PENNIES, MY STOVE IS 10 YRS. OLD AND SHINES LIKE A NEW PENNY, NOT EVEN ONE SCRATCH, MANY NICE COMENTS AND PEOPLE SAY "THAT STOVE IS 10 YEARS OLD>"?