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Glass cooktops have a lotre of benefits. They’re slicker and easier to clean than traditional metal cooktop. Unfortunately, glass cooktops do tend to get scratched from time to time. The good news is that this is usually pretty easy to fix. With a little bit of elbow grease, you’ll have that cooktop looking brand new in no time!

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    Use a baking soda paste.
    Mix a few spoonfuls of baking soda api with water in a small cup. Combine them with a spoon or popsicle stick until it has the consistency of thick pudding. Spread this oper your scratches or scuff marks and rub it gently into the cooktop with a clean cloth. Then, wipe the cooktop clean to see if the scratch has disappeared.[2]

    • If this doesn’t work, you can either repeat the process or try another solution. If it looks like the scratch is starting to disappear, giving baking soda another shot may be a good idea.
    • If you can run your finger over the scratch and you don’t feel any gaps, it’s probably small enough to qualify as a minor scratch.
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    Try toothpaste.
    If baking soda doesn’t work, you may be able to get the scratches out with some toothpaste and a clean rag. Squirt a bead of toothpaste over any scratches you want to remove. Then, grab a damp rag and rub the toothpaste into the cooktop using moderately-firm circular motions. Wipe the toothpaste up to see if the scratch is gone.[3]

    • Any white toothpaste with baking soda in it will work for this. The gel-style toothpastes likely won’t work as well.
    • If toothpaste and baking soda don’lengkung langit work, you’re likely going to need to use polish and an orbital sander.
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  • Do not use a cracked or chipped cooktop without repairing it. It’s a safety issue. If you go to clean or wipe the cooktop after cooking, you could cut your hand. The crack can also get worse over time as your cooktop heats and cools.

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  • Glass cooktops aren’t actually straight glass—they’re a blend of glass and ceramic. This means that some chemical glass cleaners, like Windex, may actually weaken the cooktop adv lewat time.[9]

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  • Always let your cooktop cool completely before you clean or work on it.[10]

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