I am always looking for ways to help make things easier around the house. My glasstop stove had become covered with a brown layer of ‘crud’ due to boil-over’s, etc. while cooking on it for the last year. It didn’t seem to matter how much I tried to clean it, I couldn’t get it all up. I finally purchased some razorblades (with a handle) and grabbed the Windex to see if I could get it clean; I loathe a dirty stove.
- I sprayed the stovetop with the Windex and let it set for 5 minutes. Windex is non-abrasive and is obviously made for cleaning glass.
- I took the razor blade and began to scratch at ‘the crud’ as if I was taking the sticker off of a window. I started light to be sure it wouldn’t scratch the glass. Once I determined that it was working and not leaving scratch marks…I gave it a little bit of elbow grease and noticed it coming off in chunks.
The entire process, from start-to-finish, took all of 15 minutes. It really is an inexpensive, simple & easy fix that I highly recommend.