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Sep 20, 2011 | Microwave Ovens
Feb 02, 2011 | Ovens
Purchase a cleaning spray. Easy-Off Glass Cleaner, Windex or Drackett Glass Cleaner are all available from local department or grocery stores. You could also use dishwashing soap. Any non-abrasive, bacteria or grease removal product would clean glass cooktops.
Spray the whole cooktop area. Allow the cleaner to sit for about 2 minutes. If you have stuck-on food, spray only that portion of the cooktop. Let the liquid sit for approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
Use hot water. Soak your sponge and wring it out. Wipe down the glass cooktop. Carefully scrub the stuck-on food. Run the sponge over the spot area at least 20 times to remove the food. Wring out the sponge and rub the remaining portion of the glass countertop
Use a terry cloth rag to wipe down the cooktop. This will remove excess water and soap.
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