How To Clean Your Glass Top Stove With Dawn, Baking Soda, And Hydrogen Peroxide

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We all know how great a glass stovetop looks when its new, as well as how fast that can change after the first few times something gets burnt onto the surface.

No matter how much you clean, food still seems to get burnt on and dulls the glass as well as obscures those perfect burner circle markings. We have all been there!


One mom experienced that exact thing with her new stovetop, but she wasn’t going to put up with it, so she found the perfect solution.

She discovered that a combination of baking soda, peroxide, and Dawn dish soap along with the right amount of time resulted in a stovetop that was back to its original condition.

Step 1 -Begin with a dirty stovetop!

dirtgrim burnt glass stove top

Note: If you have already been scrubbing and noticed that parts of the white lines that outline the burners seem to be going missing, don’t panic! They’re almost impossible to scrub off, but they do get covered by dark burnt on food very easily. Chances are that you haven’t actually harmed anything. Phew!

Step 2 – Add some Dawn dish soap to the surface!

Dawndish soap glass stove top

Apply a good amount of Dawn dish soap to the surface. Make sure that it is enough to spread around. If you don’t have Dawn, you can try this with another standard brand.

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