If you’re wondering if you can use Mrs. Meyer’s Multi-Surface Cleaner on a glass cooktop, the answer is yes, you can. It wipes away everyday messes like cooked-over food and crumbs.
I use Mrs. Meyer’s multi-surface cleaner on my glass stovetop every day. While it might not be the best for removing weeks’ worth of grime or burnt-on food, it works well for keeping the surface clean.
Here’s how to use it.
How to Clean a Glass Cooktop with Mrs. Meyer’s Multisurface Spray
Keep your cooktop looking squeaky clean by wiping it daily.
- Spray Mrs. Meyer’s Multi-surface Cleaner on your glass cooktop and wipe it clean using a microfiber cloth
- If there are bits of food that didn’t come off, spray them liberally, wait a few minutes, and then scrub them with your microfiber cloth. The cleaner will soften the food splashes, making them easy to remove.
How to Clean Deep Clean a Glass Cooktop
If it’s been a while since you’ve cleaned your glass cooktop, you’ll need to do a deep clean. Here are two effective methods:
Deep-clean your glass cooktop with Mrs. Meyer’s Baking Soda Cream Cleanser:
- Squeeze Mrs. Meyer’s Baking Soda Cream Cleanser onto your glass cooktop
- Dampen a microfiber cloth
- Gently scrub in circular motions to remove burnt food
- Use a second damp cloth to rinse the surface
Deep-clean your glass cooktop with vinegar and baking soda:
- Spray the cooktop with white distilled vinegar
- Sprinkle baking soda over the vinegar
- Lay a towel dampened with hot water over the solution and wait 15 minutes
- Use a damp microfiber cloth to wipe away the baking soda, vinegar, and stuck-on food
- Use a second wet cloth to rinse the surface
With your glass cooktop deep cleaned, you can spray it daily with Mrs. Meyer’s multi-surface cleaner to keep it that way.