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Best cleaner/tool for glass top stoves?

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Best cleaner/tool for glass top stoves?

What's the best cleaner and/or scraping tool to use for cleaning glass top stoves? Something that would be able to remove food residue that have been burnt onto the glass.
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Razor blade scraper.

Dawn Professional Power Dissolver is said to work pretty good but not marketed in Canada (anymore).
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I wouldn’t use any metal tool as it could scratch the glass (Ive seen it happen years ago).

Ceramabrite is my go too. It’s a white polishing gel built just for this purpose. A $10 bottle will last you longer than the stove.
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Hugh Jass wrote: +1

Does a great job, lasts forever, simple to use with paper towels.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/cera ... 30328.html
My black cooktop came with a sample bottle so small I assumed this stuff was made with cocaine and cost the same. Then I bought a 1 litre bottle for 9 bucks and still have 75% of it. The stove was purchased 2004 and still going 100%.
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I use the cremabryte cream and for tough stains I use the Skrapr on a wet surface get the baked on stuff clean.
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I use Weiman cream/scrub pad for a weekly/bi-weekly clean up and just the spray/paper towel for day to day clean.
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I actually started using toothpaste with Skrapr/paper towel and its been working great!
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Jerico wrote: I wouldn’t use any metal tool as it could scratch the glass (Ive seen it happen years ago).

Ceramabrite is my go too. It’s a white polishing gel built just for this purpose. A $10 bottle will last you longer than the stove.
Hugh Jass wrote:
+1

Does a great job, lasts forever, simple to use with paper towels.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/cera ... 30328.html
Genome100 wrote: I use the cremabryte cream and for tough stains I use the Skrapr on a wet surface get the baked on stuff clean.
Awesome thanks! I might go with this option. Not too expensive and lasts a long time.
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crystallight wrote: Are you talking about this? https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/weiman-gla ... 0120013546

When you say cream, is it the bottle in the kit? What about the spray?
I don't use the kit. A little of the cream goes a long way.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/weiman-coo ... 0120013893

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/weiman-coo ... 0196999840

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/scotch-bri ... 0077045769
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You’ll need:
Baking soda
A spray bottle of distilled white vinegar
A clean towel
A clean sink basin or bucket filled with hot water
Microfiber cloths

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