Cleaning your stove glass is an important aspect of stove maintenance, as it helps to ensure that your stove operates efficiently and safely. Over time, soot and other debris can build up on the glass, making it difficult to see the fire inside. Fortunately, cleaning stove glass is a relatively easy task that can be completed in just a few simple steps.
Step 1: Ensure that your stove is completely cool before cleaning. Attempting to clean the glass while the stove is still hot can result in injury or damage to the stove glass. So, before you begin, make sure that your stove has been off for at least an hour and has completely cooled down.
Step 2: Remove any loose ash or soot before you start cleaning the stove glass using a soft brush or cloth.
Step 3: Apply the cleaning solution across the entire surface of the stove glass or to the cleaning cloth. If you've applied the solution to the glass, allow it to sit for a few minutes to loosen any built-up debris.
Step 4: Use a clean cloth or paper towels to wipe the surface of the stove glass clean. You may need to apply a little bit of elbow grease to remove any stubborn spots or streaks.
Step 5: Repeat if Necessary If your stove glass is especially dirty or if you haven't cleaned it in a while, you may need to repeat the cleaning process a few times to get the glass completely clean. Simply reapply the cleaning solution and repeat steps 3-4 until the glass is clean and clear.
We recommend cleaning your glass around once a month during winter when it's in heavy use. This will help to keep the stove glass clear and free of soot. The effort required to clean the glass will also be reduced with more frequent cleaning.