Mix 1/2 tsp. of liquid dish soap with 1 cup of water. Wipe down the cooktop with the solution using a soft towel.
Wipe the soap solution from the cooktop with clean water and a towel. Dry completely.
Wet a paper towel with vinegar. Wipe up remaining stains and dirt with the vinegar, avoiding any metal on or around the cooktop. Rinse the vinegar off with water.
Remove dry or stuck-on stains with a single-edge razor blade. Carefully scrape away the stain while avoiding direct contact with the cooktop.
Place a vinegar-dampened towel on top of the stain for 15 minutes. Wipe up the stain, rinse and dry thoroughly.
Things You Will Need
- Dish soap
- Paper towels
- Razor blade
- Wipe down the cooktop while it's warm to make stains easier to remove.
- Purchase cooktop polishes from the manufacturer to extend the life of the cooktop.