broken window or glass door - what to do

If you have at least one kid in your house, there is a good chance that you have experienced at least one broken window in the past - if not, there is probably one in your future. Do you know what to do if a window or glass door is broken in your home? How you clean it up, who replaces it and how you handle the entire situation will all have an impact on the outcome. My site contains tips for dealing with a broken window or glass door in your home. Hopefully, you will be able to learn from my many experiences and avoid the mistakes that I have made.

Tips For Cleaning And Maintaining Your Glass Stove


If you are someone who has a glass stove top, there is an excellent chance that you have a hard time maintaining it. Any drip or spill that is on your stove is going to become immediately apparent. If you want to avoid this, it is critical that you take the steps to clean your glass stove. Here are some tips so that you can do so easily.

1. Take Care With Cast Iron

The first thing that you want to do is make sure that you are careful with your cast iron pots and pans. If you slide them from one burner to another, you are absolutely going to scratch your stove top and cause it to not look as good. If you can break your habit of sliding your pots and pans around, you should be good to go. If you cannot, you might want to invest in pots and pans that are known for having smooth undersides.

2. Use Baking Soda for Tough Stains

The next thing that you want to do is get into the habit of waiting for your stove top to cool off and then put baking soda on anything that might have spilled. Wipe down the counter with a rag first. Then, take your baking soda and sprinkle it on the areas that have gook on them. Leave the baking soda there for a few minutes. This should reduce some of the hold that the stain has on your stove top. Wet the rag again and use it to scrub off the stains. The baking soda will pull the stain right off in many instances. When you are done removing the stain, rinse out the rag and wet it for a third time. Wipe down the entire stove again.

3. Use a Scraper

If you have especially difficult stains, consider investing in a scraper that is made by the manufacturer of your glass stove top. Their scraper will not scratch the glass and will allow you to remove the most stubborn stains a lot more easily. Be sure that you use a lot of the stove cleaner in order to lubricate the surface so that you further decrease the risk of scratches.

For more information on how to maintain your glass stove, talk to a glass company. They will be able to recommend scrapers, cleaners, and other products that will help you keep your glass stove top clean.


7 June 2017