Cook-top Cleaning

Introduction: Cook-top Cleaning

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Cook-tops are great things to have in the kitchen.... Until this happens...

Then your stuck scrubbing for ages, Using dangerous chemicals, Or abrasives that could damage your expensive cook-top.

Follow these simple steps to clean your cook-top quickly, And easily.

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Step 1: Ingredients

All you need for this, Is Baking soda, And warm water, And any old worn out rag, or worn out scrubby pad.

(NON ABRASIVE!!... You DON'T want to use an abrasive pad on your glass or ceramic cook-top, or you WILL scratch it!)

Step 2: Add Warm Water

Cover the burnt on caked on area with some warm water.

Pretty simple, No dangerous chemicals needed.

Step 3: Add Baking Soda

Add baking soda to the affected area.

Again, Nothing dangerous here. Just some Sodium Bicarbonate.

Step 4: Waiting

Swirl it into a paste, Then let the paste sit for 10-15 minutes.

Step 5: Scrubbing

Gently scrub the affected areas with the rag, And be amazed at how easy it almost just wipes away!!

Step 6: Admire

Now, The important part. Admire a job well done!

Until next time, Enjoy!

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    8 Discussions

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    grannyjones
    grannyjones

    3 years ago

    White will always show something. Black is a better choice.

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    themanwoaname
    themanwoaname

    4 years ago

    barkeeper's friend.

    works on everything. even windows.

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    grannyjones
    grannyjones

    4 years ago

    I have the best luck with a simple razor blade glass scraper, but I will try the baking soda. For aluminum pot marks, you would need Bon Ami.

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    RecklessRedneckWoodWorks
    RecklessRedneckWoodWorks

    Reply 4 years ago

    i used to use the same method (razor) ended up putting a big ol scratch in it (wasn't paying attention, I got careless) Thats the good thing about Baking soda,its fairly non abrasive, but has just enough "powdery grit" to it to work like Bon Ami if you really need it to. Almost like a super fine polishing compound.

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    RecklessRedneckWoodWorks
    RecklessRedneckWoodWorks

    Reply 4 years ago

    yeah, i really used to hate my cooktop before i learned this!