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I am really into pinterest right now (mostly for organization and scrappy stuff) and came across this pin on how to clean your glass top stove. Thought it sounded way to easy to work...one of those too good to be true type of things, but decided to give it a shot anyway. And I'm floored to see that it actually works! I seriously didn't think that baking soda, and a rag wet with water and dish soap would work better than the stuff I bought at getting the baked on crud off of my stove top! No razor blade needed (but I did use a light scouring pad and a little elbow grease to work at some of the tougher stuff). It may take a couple of times to get the really baked on stuff off of there, but it does take it off! I really wish I would have taken before and after pics so that I could show you! Here is the link to the site if anyone is interested!:
I have been doing this on mine for a few years now; the power of baking soda is really incredible.
I use it to do a deep cleaning on the grout on my floors. The floors were done by the previous owners, and they did a terrible job with it, so the grout gets really bad easily. Here is my before & after using just baking soda, water & a scrub brush.
Um we are supposed to clean the cook top? Wow wonder wear I missed that one? Maybe I'll do a before and after for you all as I don't think I have ever used anything in particular to clean my glass top and I have had it two years now.
Thanks for the before and after pictures of the grout KrazE!! We have tile floors in our mud room and utility bathroom that has become discolored. Will definitely have to give it a try there too!!
Nicole - Not necessarily a challenge, just something I found that I thought I would share. Before and after pics would be awesome if you decide to give it a try! I really wish I would have taken some before ones.
Kayla - I cleaned my stove top with the baking soda 4 times and also used softened up scouring pad to scrub at the cooked on stuff. There are still a few (not many though) spots that are cooked on, but am satisfied with the results. I'm hoping that if I keep up the cleaning with the softened scouring pad weekly that I may eventually get those last few spots off.
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Last edited by babyloves2dance; February 29th, 2012 at 01:51 PM.