Every morning I clean our glass cook top from the day before. If you have a glass cook top, you know how hard it is to clean it well. I use Barkeeper’s Friend and that works pretty good. And I use a razor blade. But a lot of that fine stuff that you can’t get up so easily is mineral deposits from when you spill and it gets hot. You know, those shiny spots, and those little lines after you scrub it. I tried this and it works: I poured a little vinegar, enough to cover the surface, and I let it sit. Actually, I probably let it sit too long because when I remembered, it had all dried. I wiped it up with a paper towel, and it came out good and clean, cleaner than I had ever gotten it before.
Bud, I know exactly what you mean. Cleaning the glass on our stove is a royal pain in the A$$. I’ll try your suggestions..
When we switched to an induction cook top we still had a glass top but the glass doesn’t get as hot so it is really easy to clean. Cooks faster too.
Try CLR or LimeAway for mineral deposits from hard water.
I thought of that. What is Limeaway? Phosphoric acid? I’ve got some I use for deposits around my pool.
I’ll give that a try. Using cook top cleaner now (with the red scrubbies) and that’s working well… but always open to better ideas.
Try it. It really works well, and I think it’s pretty safe for the stove top.