Clean a Glass Cooktop Without Scratching the Surface
Generally speaking, glass-top stoves are easier to clean than other styles like open burner electric or gas stoves.
To clean your glass-top stove, you should only use a warm, damp cloth and then dry it with a towel. It’s best to clean your cooktop after each use to ensure that no splattered sauces or bits of food will caramelize onto the surface, creating a much tougher mess to clean.
You tend to juggle a lot of things when cooking. This means it’s common for a pot to boil over and result in stains that harden over time on your glass cooktop. A clean and simple wipe won’t get it done and you need to say no to steel wool, a scouring pad or any sponge with a rough surface. Any of these can permanently scratch glass.
You need a cleaner designed to cut through burnt-on residue and one that can also clean and polish your glass-top stove without leaving a single streak.