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Glass stove top-how do I clean it

The stove top has burned on milk on it, and I do not know what to use to clean it off.

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Hi,

We use Easy-Off One Step Stove Top Cleaner. You might want to also scrape it with a flat scraper or a flat razor blade. I've used both for really tough burnt on stuff. But the Easy-Off shoiuld break down even the toughest stuff in a couple of minutes and allow you to wipe it off with a paper towell.

Cheers.

bd.

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