How can I remove the water stains on the glass heating unit of my GE Spectra? They do not respond to the recommended cleaning solutions. I have unsuccessfully tried a mixture of water, Bon Ami and vinegar. I next plan to try Cerama Bryte.
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Windex and newspaper should do. You sure they are water spots and not the glass? When they set out the plastic impregnated in the glass (safety glass), seperates slightly and looks like a water spot or even a bubble. It is a combination of heat & sun rays. May have to live with it or replace the glass.
Have you tried using a razor blade scraper. Also I have found Ceramabrite cooktop cleaner to be a very good product. There is also a less abrasive scouring pad available specifically for glass cooktops.
I had some luck removing food and other stains with the new Vielda Glass Ceramic Scrung (its a sponge)
"Special scour sponge for cleaning glass ceramic cook tops without scratching. Eliminates burnt-in stains and greasy dirt film. Removes grease and loose dirt particles. Microfibre side will create a streak free finish."
I found mine at Walmart. It was a little pricey but if you just use the sponge for the stovetop then it will last a very long time.
I used Mr. Clean multi-surface and the green, back side of the sponge. Turned on a light to show visible stains better, and scrubbed away. It didn't scratch the glass and got it out quick. Hope this helps.