Glass cooktops are increasingly common in modern kitchens. Not only do they look sleek and are key in modernising a kitchen, they rapidly heat and cool and are durable, rarely breaking.
However, burn marks from food and overflowing water are common on these types of stoves – and once the stains are set in, they can be difficult to get rid of.
There is no evidence to suggest that using chemical cleaners can damage your glass stove top – but using natural ingredients is better for the environment and is usually cheaper.
Unfortunately, the task takes quite a long time – but the shining results are worth it.
Let it sit and work for about 15 minutes, then take a soft damp sponge and scrub the surface.
Reapply and repeat if the stain is particularly stubborn.
Once you’ve managed to free the stove top from the marks, wipe away any remaining residue with warm soapy water.
Be sure that all the mixture is gone so that the stove does not burn it next time you use it.
Dry the stove top with a towel and use a polish – coconut oil works well – if preferred.