How To Clean Your Ceramic Stovetop

Hi there! I wrote this post showing How To Clean Your Ceramic Stovetop exactly two years ago…I can’t believe it’s been that long! I shared this post and How To Clean In Between the Glass on Your Oven Door right around the same time, and thought I would share it again since there are so many new readers here at Mom 4 Real!  Hopefully it will help you get any nasty spots or burnt on food off of your stove!
One of my least favorite things in the world to do is clean my stove…I know, kind of lame.  It’s not that I mind cleaning it.  I just can’t ever seem to get it clean enough.  It makes me nuts!  Well, now I have it figured out…I was doing it all wrong.  Glass spray alone just isn’t enough.
Is this what your stovetop looks like up close?  Don’t be ashamed…this is AFTER I had cleaned it.  Those are the hard cooked on bits that are almost impossible to get off of your stove.  I say almost, because honestly, it isn’t that hard.  All you need is a little baking soda!
Sprinkle some baking soda on your stovetop.  Then grab a scrubber and lightly wet it.  Don’t get it too wet, make sure to wring it out.  Now start scrubbing the baking soda over the stains.
A paste will form, and you just keep scrubbing those spots.  Once you think they are all gone, wipe clean with a paper towel or clean soft cloth.  If you like, spray with glass cleaner and wipe clean for a little shine.
Now your stovetop should be nice and clean!!!  Seriously…wasn’t that easy and inexpensive?
Works like a charm!  Now I don’t have to dread cleaning my stovetop!

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