• Wash and polish dry, but they do make a cleaner a cream especially for glass and ceramic topped stoves.
  • There are special cream cleansers you can use that are abrasive enough to clean it but not enough to scratch it. You can also use a paste of baking soda and water, which is a lot cheaper and cleaner than a commercial chemical product. You just wipe it over the surface and then use a damp towel to polish it off; it takes the gunk with it.
  • Bartender's friend. Best cleaner ever, perfect for the delicate stove. But I started using it everywhere.
  • Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day cream cleaner removes grease build-up. Once you scrub clean, use a damp sponge to wipe off any baking soda residue. Followed by a damp microfiber cloth for the finishing touches.

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