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    Question Cleaning a Flat Top Stove?

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    Hi ladies! So, our new place has a flat top stove.. yay for no more cleaning burners!! However, I have NO idea how I am supposed to clean it!! Help!! I don't wanna hurt it...
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    We had an all white ceramic flat top and it was so hard to keep clean. Go buy some ceramic flat top cleaner and it should get most of it off. Also they have those mr. clean scrubbers.
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    They have this stuff you can buy at the grocery store (usually they will give you a bottle when you purchase the stove?) especially for flat cook tops. It's a mild abrasive that you wipe on and shine off
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    Clorox Cleanup works great ... soft sponge.
    And so does watered-down white vinegar ... just rise well and re-wipe to remove the chemical so it doesn't burn when you turn it on.
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    I can use watered down vinegar? Score! I use vinegar on everything Tis my friend!!
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    I like using vinegar too, but it never worked well for me on that. The only thing that really seemed to do the job is the stove top cleaner.
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    I don't know...I just use Lysol Antibacterial cleaner and a paper towel.
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    The bigger thing is just removing residue from the stove burners - a variety of cleaners will clean but if you don't wipe up the dried residue it'll burn and possibly ruin the finish.
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    Theres these new scrubbers thingys for cooktops, I bought one and it works awesome! It has a little handle and then the scrubbing pad attaches to it. I cant remember what its called though.
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    I used a Mr. Clean Eraser for the flat top in my house, worked great.
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