They are very hard to keep clean. I've had mine for 2 years and although I like the idea of the flat surface, living with it is a different matter. I use the cleaners but it is still not clean. I would not buy another one like the one I currently have.
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metal polish and elbow grease
try a vitrius enamel cleaner. wear gloves and glasses. or make your own
500g causic soda powder,2pints of cold water and mix then add some wallpaper paste to go like a jelly and apply with brush and leave over night.
Cast iron is NOT recommended to be used on a glass cook top due to its weight and potential for damaging the surface. Cast iron also heats rapidly and retains heat for a long time. Its great for gas stoves, but not a good idea for a glass surface.
The best cookware to use should be lighter in weight, have even heating properties with a SMOOTH flat cooking surface on the bottom for proper heat transfer. Some cookware that IS approved for use on a glass cook top is baked enamel, stainless and copper.
NOTE: Cooper and Stainless can leave marks on the cook top, but these marks do come off with most approved cook top surface cleaners.
If in doubt, always refer to your owner's manual. It explains in detail how to select the proper cookware for your range and the limitations and/or characteristics of each. If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Use DeBruce Polish- a true multi-surface cleaner. There is a transfer of particulates from pan to glass surface aided by the heat. The cleaner will remove this "staining". Also use on stainless steel rubbing with the grain- this is the one product that truely cleans the surface. Follow up with baby oil or a stainless steel "polish that is oil based to "seal"the surface.
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.