How to Clean Glass Top Stove
by Mike Peterknecht on Sep 21, 2023
How to Clean Your Glass Top Stove with Green Llama Products
Glass top stoves are sleek and efficient, but they can be magnets for spills and burnt-on messes. While lemon and baking powder are popular home remedies, relying on them frequently can be both unsustainable and costly in the long run. Enter Green Llama, the eco-friendly and cost-effective solution for a pristine stove surface.
The Unsustainability of Lemons and Baking Powder
While lemons and baking powder can be effective cleaners, there are downsides to using them regularly:
- Environmental Impact: Growing lemons requires water, land, and other resources. Using a fresh lemon every time you clean is not the most eco-friendly choice.
- Cost: Continually purchasing lemons and baking powder adds up over time, making it an expensive cleaning method.
Green Llama: The Sustainable and Cost-Effective Solution
Green Llama's All-Purpose Cleaner is not only eco-friendly but also designed to be a sustainable and cost-effective solution:
- Sodium Coco Sulfate: Derived from coconut oil, this ingredient breaks down grease and grime effectively.
- Sodium Citrate & Sodium Gluconate: These work together to tackle hard water stains and mineral deposits, ensuring a spotless surface without the need for lemons or baking powder.
Steps to Clean Your Glass Top Stove with Green Llama:
- Ensure the stove is cool to the touch.
- Spray the Green Llama All-Purpose Cleaner generously over the surface.
- Let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
- Using a soft cloth, gently scrub the surface.
- Wipe away the cleaner with a damp cloth.
- For a polished finish, use Green Llama's Glass & Mirror Cleaner.
With Green Llama products, you're choosing an effective, sustainable, and cost-effective cleaning solution. Say goodbye to the recurring costs and environmental concerns of using lemons and baking powder, and embrace the power of Green Llama for a cleaner, greener home.