Friday, April 17, 2015

Glass Cooktop Cleaner



 Hydrogen Peroxide
Baking Soda...
Rag or Sponge


In a small bowl mix baking soda with enough hydrogen peroxide to make a paste.
Work paste around in a circle, concentrating on soiled areas.
Baking soda absorbs grease and hydrogen peroxide will help to lift the residue.
Gather up your baking soda in a pile and dispose.
Wet a cloth with water to remove any remaining baking soda.
Buff with a dry rag.

 I also tried using this recipe to clean our stainless steel sink and tea pot and it left them sparkling.


  1. This is the MOST AMAZING tip for cleaning cooktops that I've come across! Thank you so much-I've tried everything on mine, and this took it right up. I never comment on cleaning tips, but I've looked for a way to clean it for so long, and I actually jumped up and down when I saw it starting to come up.

  2. Mankind has come a far way from the discovery of fire till now, gone are the days when the only way to prepare for a meal is to go out in the heat of the sun and gather wood to build a fire, and after gathering the wood you may have to cut them up in to smaller pieces before you could start any fire.
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