True that, there's nothing that can stand up to the ol faithfuls,I thought I was the only one that knew that.wow toche
See, I thought about the backing soda trip but then I seen the wd40, and I thought 101 things ,huh? It's soaking right now I'll get back to too let u know what's up!
Special glass top cleaner/paste, baking soda paste, degreaser solution ....... None of these products worked for me. Help!
I use glass top cleaner and smear it around over the burned on stuff. Then I take a razor blade (on it's side) and scrape the burned on stuff off. Might have to repeat the cleaner. My single edge razor blade is in a metal holder and with it, you can easily scrape stuff on a glass top stove without scratching it. Then I take a damp clean cloth and wipe the stove top off and then dry with a towel. A note.....I was told to be very careful with boiling sugary liquid...it will etch the glass stove top.