Beware the ceramic glass top ranges!
November 3, 2016 5:30pm CST
Do you have one of those cook stoves with smooth, glass top burners? Do you like it? I bought one a couple of years ago. It was so shiny and high-tech looking! The first two weeks I worked myself to death trying to keep that thing looking good. I used the cleaner that came with it, I researched other methods, but after that I just gave up. I still cleaned it, of course, but it never looked really good again. This week I bought a new range, but went back to my coil top burners. It's black and (so far) shiny and I love it. I have a theory that every person who buys a new glass top stove adores it in the store, but hates it a month later. Do you have a viewpoint about these appliances?
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• United States
4 Nov 16
We have exactly like that and I do not like it as much as I like my coil top burners on a stainless steel oven/stove. I try my best to make sure I do not spill sugar while cooking or while the cooktop is still warm because sugar will destroy the cooktop. I have to wipe it clean every time, sometimes even while I am still cooking just to make sure that the stains do not stick to the point that it will be hard to clean up. I am the type who is clean as you go in the kitchen, I am preparing and cooking and at the same time cleaning up and throwing dishes in the dishwasher.
• United States
3 Nov 16
my dad'n stepmom'd one'f those. t'was a major pain to get't lookin' nice 's streaks abound. they loved 't though 'n i reckon that's all that matters. to me? 'tis a shame more time went into cleanin' 't than actually usin' 't, lol.