How To: Clean Your Glass Stove Top

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

 

How To: Clean Your Glass Stove Top

I don’t know about you, but every single day my poor glass stove top looks like a tornado of food bits, fire, and dust has passed over it.

This happens daily…even if we don’t use our stove top!

While this continues to boggle my mind, there are plenty of easy solutions to get it clean with little effort!

The kitchen is one of the most overused loved rooms in our homes.  It is a magnetic gathering place for family and friends and the last thing I want is to see a glistening, clean kitchen and then have my eye fixate on the stove top covered in who knows what!

I typically use Weiman Stove Top Wipes at the end of the day to give it a wipe down, but once you’ve cooked a big meal using every burner, the wipes begin to fall short.

I have tried countless scrubs, pastes, sponges, scraping with a putty knife…. nothing works as well as some old fashioned home made cleaning supplies!

Basic Scrub:

Don’t look at it! It’s hideous!

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

So you’ve cooked a fabulous meal on the stove top and after the family has filled their plates, eaten, and washed their dishes, your poor stove top is in need of a bit of love.

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

  • Drizzle some blue Dawn all over your stove top
  • Drizzle hydrogen peroxide right over the Dawn
  • Sprinkle baking soda on top

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

  • Scrub the three ingredients in with a brush or sponge – good old fashioned elbow grease!
  • Wipe with a damp rag to get all the ingredients off the surface
  • Step back and admire your clean (and delightful smelling) stove top!

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

For Burn Marks:

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

Has it been a day?  You’ve cooked breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the poor stove top and, more than once, something has boiled over as you’re trying to do 85 things at once.

Worry not!  Those burn marks won’t be there for long!

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

  • Sprinkle baking soda on top of your burned area
  • Squeeze fresh lemon juice right into the baking soda to make a nice runny paste
  • Let is sit for 10 to 15 minutes
  • Scrub the area well with a brush or sponge
  • Wipe with a damp rag until clean
  • Admire the work a little acid and exfoliation can do!

Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

 

What is your favorite stove top cleaner?

 

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Magical Mama Blog How To Clean Your Glass Stove Top

The store bought wipes, putties and sponges don't work. BUT some good old fashioned home made cleaning products always do the trick! Check out these easy ways to get your stove top clean and make burn marks disappear...

 

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36 Comments

  1. I have used this combo on other things but never on my stove top. Brilliant! Mine is in need of a good scrubbing now. I am going to try this. Thanks!

    1. I’ve tried tons of solutions over the years specifically made for glass stove tops and none have worked as well as some good old fashioned home made cleaner and a little scrub.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. I would say I’m off to test this right now but in actual fact I’m going to drink a G&T whilst thinking about doing it at the weekend #stayclassymama

    1. Bahaha That’s the key to cleaning! A G&T and a good plan. No need to jump right into it! Thank you for stopping by!

        1. Haha I don’t blame you at all! Hope you’re enjoying your cocktail and blog hopping! That what my next weekend is looking like!
          Thanks for popping by again!

  3. This is the job I hate the most! I didn’t even know you could get stove top wipes I need some of those in my life!!! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub with this x

    1. They’re the best for the end of the night, just wiping the daily muck off then go to bed. Thank you for stopping by!

    1. Thank you so much! Home made always seems to work better than the store bought cleaners!
      Thanks for stopping by!

    1. The lemon and baking soda has absolutely saved my stove top! I had some massive boil-overs that were just stuck!
      Thanks for stopping by!

    1. A common practice in our kitchen is a boil over and burn. The lemon and baking soda has worked wonders for making the marks disappear!
      Thank you for stopping by!

    1. I grew up with gas stove tops and unfortunately, houses aren’t built with that in mind out here so everyone has glass stove tops and I was lost! I hope this gets your nice and shiny!

  4. Oh my stove – I hate cleaning it but, as you say, it needs doing on pretty much a daily basis! Aaargh! But these methods look to really work – I don’t think I’ve ever managed to get the shine back like this before! Thanks for the tips! #blogcrush

    1. There are days I almost give up hope on them shining ever again, but when I do a good deep clean, all is well and sparkling again!
      Thank you so much for stopping by!

  5. The timing of your post is perfect. I’ve wasted so much money on products that haven’t worked, and my stove needs to be cleaned badly. I just need to pick up some blue Dawn. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.

    1. I’m glad I could help! The store bought products specifically designed to clean glass stove tops have not worked for me at all! Hope it works well for you!
      Thanks for stopping by!

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