Cleaning the stovetop – no lemon or vinegar necessary
Getting your stovetop clean isn’t the easiest of chores. And it can be especially frustrating when you don’t end up with the results you were expecting, adding insult to injury.
How to get your stovetop clean without using lemon or vinegar
We are always looking for new ways to make caring for our home easier, and rightly so. This is especially true when we are taking on the task of cleaning the stovetop, something that gets used pretty much on a daily basis. This surface faces a constant bombardment of grease and dirt, leading to the presence of germs. But we are going to explain how you can get your stovetop clean and keep it that way. So read on to find out how it’s done!
Keep in mind that if your stovetop is made of steel, you have to be extra careful not leave scratches while cleaning. This kind of damage can often be beyond repair.
Another thing to watch out for are TV ads that promote products claiming to have the solution to your cleaning needs. These products are often very hard on your surfaces, and they can also eventually cause irreparable damage to your stovetop.
On top of that, they tend to be quite expensive. So it just might be worth considering another option.
It turns out, all you need to safely clean your stovetop is toothpaste. You surely already have some in your home, and now you can discover how this product can be used not only for cleaning your teeth. It is preferable, though, that your toothpaste is free of any abrasive elements such as cleaning granules.
Now, just squeeze some toothpaste from the tube and apply it wherever there are stains or incrustations. Be generous with how much you apply, then wait for about 5 to 10 minutes. Now, you can remove the toothpaste with a moistened cloth. Finally, dry and you’re all done. It’s that easy!