I would try warm soapy water
Hi Vicki, I sure hope this helps! https://homeguides.sfgate.com/stains-out-porcelain-stove-top-34062.html On my own stove I've had good luck with baking soda and vinegar!
Bar Keepers friend. Won't scratch the surface. Baking soda and a damp sponge. I also use a wet sponge with Dawn dish liquid
I second bar keepers friend! works like a charm
Cerama Bryte is my go to for so many things..it's like Bar Keeper's Friend.
Cerema Bryte is for sure your answer
you can also invest in a stove cover
A paste of baking soda and water can remove baked-on puddles of sauce or gravy. Leave the baking soda paste on the stubborn stains for at least 30 minutes before rubbing off with a damp cloth.
The best way to clean the stove top is to work from top to bottom or left to right in small areas. Use small circular motions across the surface of the cooktop to gather up bits of grease and food as you work. Rinse the stove top down with a damp cloth and buff dry. Repeat the last two steps, if necessary, for a sparkling porcelain range.
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Do you mean a porcelain stove top?
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Use Barkeepers friend to clean stove with a little water. Best of luck!
Perhaps this information will help:
BarKeepers Friend comes in powder (add water) and liquid, this should gently remove any residue from cooking. Work with a microfiber cloth that is damp, clean gently, rinse with clear water on another microfiber cloth.
Soak the drip pans in warm, soapy water if they are dirty. Wipe down the top of the stove with a damp rag to remove any loose debris. Scrape heavy food residue from the porcelain surface with a plastic knife or scraper. Avoid using metal scrapers because these will scratch the porcelain.
What ever you do DO NOT use a magic eraser, it will scratch your stovetop. I use Barkeepers friend Liquid on mine when it gets bad, but Windex will clean it nicely.
Hi Vickie: As long as the dirt is superficial, there is no problem cleaning a glass top stove, but as soon as there are splashes of grease, sugar, tomato, sauce, it's more difficult to clean. This homemade recipe will help you clean your glass top, it will be like new.
You will need: baking soda, dish washing liquid and vinegar and also a bath towel as big as the glass top. Start by pouring the vinegar into a spray bottle and sprinkle the entire surface of the top and then sprinkle baking soda on that.
In the sink or bucket, pour hot water and dish soap. Wear gloves and immerse the towel in very hot water. Twist it, but not completely dry, and spread it on the ceramic top. Wait 15-20 minutes before removing the towel.
With a soft brush, rub the surface and then wipe it clean. Normally, all the dirt is already gone with this method. If your glass top is really dirty, you may have to start again.
Finally, spray white vinegar on the glass top and wipe it with a microfiber cloth. The plate will be, should be, completely clean!
My new stove says DON'T use Windex, I got Weiman's Stove Top Cleaner in the jar with a pad to scrub off the mess. I also use hot water and a bamboo cloth to loose up stuff first. Another recommended cleaner is Cerama-Bryte.
This stuff is the best I've used.... https://www.google.com/search?q=stove+top+cleaners+for+glass+tops+from+mcguire%27s&client=opera&hs=ekk&sxsrf=ALeKk026coCsNJnF0_9L3dT8MmVCxcHlnQ:1607052964952&source=univ&tbm=shop&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjjsvHosrPtAhUGgp4KHbyqAYYQ1TV6BQgNEKsC&biw=1326&bih=627#spd=13351809892832915120
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