Is your new year’s resolution this year to be a bit cleaner and tidier around the house? That is certainly the case for many Americans. A clean home not only will help you stay organized, but it can also aid your mental health. 

One of the most difficult places to keep clean in the home? Your stovetop. It’s common for food and grime to build up here, and it can be difficult to keep it shiny and fresh.

Do you know to clean a stove top properly? 

Read on, and we’ll walk you through a few tips to have it looking brand new.

Set Yourself Up For Success

Cleaning your stove top doesn’t have to be a big job, and it’s something you might be able to work through in under half an hour. It’s important to make sure you have the right tools at your disposal, however.

You should always keep the right supplies under the sink and ready for any occasion. That’s a great way to keep your house clean at all times. For your stove, that likely means hydrogen peroxide and baking soda, as well as some paper towels.

There are some other materials you can use if these aren’t at your disposal: vinegar or ammonia is known to do the trick, for example. However, if you want an easy and consistent clean, peroxide and baking soda is the way to go.

Before you start your actual clean, wipe down the stove top with water and clear away the fresh mess. You might even be pleasantly surprised to find just how easily you can get rid of much of the mess. 

Once it’s wiped down and the materials are in hand, it’s time to dive in.

Approaching The Clean

To make your perfect cleaning mixture, you’ll want to pour about one-half cup of baking soda into a small bowl. You’ll then slowly mix the hydrogen peroxide until it creates a paste-like consistency.

The paste should be still slightly runny when you cease adding peroxide to the mix. 

Once you have your paste ready, being pouring onto the more stubborn areas of grit and grime on your stove top. Take your paper towels and start scrubbing at those hard-to-fix spots. 

With a little bit of pressure, your cleaning solution should help to get that gunk right off! 

If You’re Still Having Trouble

Sometimes, there are stains on a stove that just don’t seem to want to come off no matter what you do.

In this situation, it can be best to leave the paste sitting on the stains for about ten minutes, uninterrupted. Letting something soak can be an amazing cleaning technique. 

Once you’ve let it soak for about ten minutes, come back and try to scrub the mess away again. If you need to, you can repeat this process on a loop until the mess comes up. 

As long as you stay persistent, this method should help you get your stove clean 100% of the time.

How To Clean Stove Tops

Do you know how to clean stove tops in your home? It can be a frustrating task, but with the above advice, you can make it quick and easy.

Need help getting your home sparkling and shiny? Reach out to us anytime for assistance.