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I had a glass cook top before and it was a nightmare to keep clean. Constant elbow grease, glass top cleaner and an occasional scraper with a glass top blade were required. Maybe it's just the one I had (KitchenAid) but I swore never again.
I had the exact same thought about my old Jenn-Air stove....NEVER AGAIN!!
I am still using the baking soda trick on mine. It does take a bit of elbow grease, but not as much as what I was putting into it with the store bought stove top cleaner. The last time I cleaned it I did the baking soda and then did the store bought stuff and I only had 1 spot that didn't come off. Still happy with how the baking soda works.
That's good to know, maybe I won't swear it off quite yet! Mine was black (like most of them are now) and every time something spilled over I just cringed knowing how much work it just caused me!
When I was a kid my aunt got a white one when they first came out and I thought it was the coolest thing but even though she was a neat freak she could never get rid of the brown circular stains on it.
If I ever have one again I'll be sure to remember your trick.