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  • Kelsey Gage

    Cleaning Glass Cooktop with baking soda. I tried it and it works great!! Sprinkle baking soda on stove top. Soak a couple of dish towels in hot soapy water, wring out and lay on top of baking soda for 15 minutes. Wipe/scrub away! ...the only issue I had was that it didn't leave it shiny. I had to go back over it with our 'stove top shine' bottled stuff to get it shiny again

  • Tammy Lungstrum

    Clean glass stovetop with baking soda and hot soapy water. Can't wait to try this on my stove and see how good it works!

  • Pamela Worlin

    How to clean glass top stove. Generously sprinkle baking soda over affected area of stove top. Dip thirsty terry towel in hot water mixed with dish soap and squeeze part of water. Cloth should be soggy, not soppy. Lay hot steaming cloth over burned areas on stove and let steep for 15 minutes. Remove cloth and scrub area with baking soda paste. Repeat for stubborn burn-ons.

  • C F

    Cleaning Glass Cooktop - bowl of hot soapy water, baking soda, a clean rag, & rubber gloves. Generously sprinkle baking soda on stove top. Wet the rag, squeeze out excess water, spread rag on stove top, wait 15 minutes. Swirl rag in circles to clean stove top. Dry & buff. Spritz with vinegar & wipe to sparkling shine.

  • Shirley Eaton

    clean flat top stoves by drizzling baking soda over stove top, then covering with a hot, soapy rag for 15 minutes before wiping away

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