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How to Clean a Glass Stove Top? Answered

I have a glass stove top that I cannot get clean.  I have tried oven cleaner, Bon Ami, Ajax, Comet and the run of household cleaners.  I am not concerned about scratching at this point (I tried steel wool!), but want the black burn off!

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aeray

9 years ago

After trying many methods and chemicals, I use a baking soda and vinegar slurry, and then finish up with a new, clean single edged razor blade and a bit of elbow grease.

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iPodGuy

9 years ago

Lye, sodium hydroxide, oven cleaner

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Koosie

9 years ago

Well, if you've already used steel wool then it probably looks pretty scratched.  What would leave a nice-ish, even look, is a sanding machine with a fine (not super fine) sand paper.  Sand that baby clean and leave an even finish.  Who knows, you might even prefer it to the clear look.

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lemonie

9 years ago

Did you spill something on this that it doesn't like, such as jam?
A scraper should take off hardened dirt if other techniques have failed

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Re-design

9 years ago

We uses a scraper that is a straight edge rasor blade in a metal handle.  It works for us.

Bar keepers friend is good also.  It's a very mild abrasive cleaner.

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frollard

9 years ago

http://hubpages.com/hub/How_to_Clean_Glass_Ceramic_Stovetops

google "glass stovetop cleaner"

There is a specific cleaning goo designed just for this job.