Gleaming Glass Cooktop
Updated: Apr 2, 2021
Today we're talking about how to get a gleaming glass cooktop & keep it clean!. By using this technique, you won't scratch your cooktop in the process. If you're visiting from Instagram, Facebook, or Youtube, welcome! I'm so glad you're here. If you missed last week's post click, here. Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. This helps me continue to provide you with how-to DIY projects as well as helpful blog posts. To learn more about what affiliate links are click, here.
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A while back, I was gifted an amazing double oven by my husband. Let me tell you... this baby took me YEARS to get. I am very grateful to have a husband who hears my wishes & works hard to make my dreams a reality. Let me tell you; it's really helped when we host parties or large holiday meals. I love the fact that it has more eyes to cook on than standard stoves. One thing I had to learn was how to keep it clean! I've realized by tons of messages from you all that you'd like more tips & videos! Surprisingly, you love cleaning, D.I.Y. & cooking videos. I'm making it a point to give you more of what you want because I want this friendship to be beneficial for us all.
Let's get into these tips, so you are closer to your own gleaming glass cooktop. Today you're getting the best of both worlds - step-by-step tips & a video with the specific items I use to keep my cooktop gleaming. I've always loved smooth cooktops' design because I thought they'd be easier to keep clean. Truth be told, these beauties are on the more boujee end of kitchen appliances. I'm going to show you how to deal with the high maintenance nature of glass.
Rule # 1 & the most important rule of ALL: Wipe any spills immediately once the cooktop cools off!
Into Chemical-free cleaning?
If you like to go the more organic route, you can do this using vinegar, baking soda & a hot towel. Sprinkle the baking soda over the affected areas, use a little bit of vinegar to start the bubbling process. Once the bubbling stops, you can use this scraper to remove the residue along with a hot towel.
As a family of 7, our stove is getting tons of use. I use the more organic route with small spills that come up. This cleaner shown in the video above has gotten me the best results with a larger set-in stain!
Once my kitchen is completely cleaned, I like to light my favorite scented candles & relax a bit with an audible audiobook before bed. I've been really liking this pineapple mango-scented candle. If you found the video above helpful, please give it a like on Youtube & hit subscribe to my CHANNEL for more videos & tips like these!
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