Our flat cooktop stove has been a disaster since it was installed in 2007. In theory, I like the idea of a flat top stove, but I couldn’t keep it clean. I tried everything – the fancy, expensive stuff the builder “gifted” us with, a magic eraser. I had a little luck with everything, but I never got my stove looking like new, again.
So when I saw this idea on pinterest (originally by Jill at One Good Thing – I always like to find the actual source of Pinterest ideas for a little link love), I added hydrogen peroxide to the grocery list and figured what could it hurt to try?
Here’s a picture of my stovetop before the pinterest cleaning experiment:
I mixed up a paste of baking soda and a little bit of hydrogen peroxide:
Scrubbed it on the stove with a gloved hand and scrubbed for about 3 minutes because, let’s face it, my stove was filthy. And:
Oh, you’re supposed to be able to see your reflection in the stove top? That’s a novel idea. I’m a believer. Next up – tackling a stubborn stain on my white slipcover with this stain remover from Jill.