Weekly Organization Tip 5 – How to Clean a Glass Cooktop

Clearissa Coward
by Clearissa Coward
I don’t know about you but I was beside myself when I saw my first glass cooktop. I thought to myself, how can I disable my current stove in order to justify purchasing one of those slick machines.” I thought surely they would be easier to clean and besides, the stove looked so very sleek. I knew I had to have one.
What I did not consider was how does a clean freak like me (I own my issues) maintain this sleek, smooth surface without streaks and scratches. Silly me.

Believe me, over the past 2.5 years I have used amany commercial products to clean and maintain the sleek look of my cooktop. Might I add that some were pretty pricey? And I absolutely hated the product build up as well. Finally, I have found a method to clean the glass stove top without leaving a film or streaks and that is reasonably priced. Down right cheap even. Score!!!!! See the finished project and get the supply list and steps here http://clearissacoward.com/how-to-clean-a-glass-cooktop/.
Clearissa Coward
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  • KatAych KatAych on Mar 02, 2016
    I have a glass cooktop, too! But mine is white - which is lucky, I guess as it seems to not reflect as much dirt and grime as the other colors! I have a spray bottle of a vinegar and water mixture I use to clean pretty much everything. Thanks for the baking soda tip!

    • Clearissa Coward Clearissa Coward on Mar 02, 2016
      @KatAych I have a spray bottle of vinegar and water in my kitchen as well. I use it on just about everything. Vinegar and baking soda together are wonderful.