How to Remove White Stains From a Ceramic Stove Top

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Ceramic stove tops provide one smooth surface for you to cook on instead of having raised burners. The advantage of ceramic stove tops is that food and stains simply wipe away instead of falling into the drip pans. But you might see white stains on your ceramic stove top if you don't clean it frequently enough. There are a number of options if you want to remove white stains from a ceramic stove top.

Things You'll Need

  • Ceramic stove top cleaner
  • Paper towels
  • Lint free cloth
  • Razor blade
  • Wash cloth
  • Sponge
  • Oven cleaner
  • Ammonia
  • Water
  • Spray bottle
  • Commercial de-greaser

Use a ceramic stove top cleaner

  • Allow your ceramic stove top to cool down after use. Apply a thin layer of ceramic stove top cleaner over the entire surface of your cooktop.

  • Rub the cleaner with a paper towel, trying to thoroughly scrub the areas with white stains. Wipe the top of your ceramic stove top with a warm cloth to remove the cleaner once you know you've removed all the stains.

  • Rub the cleaner with a paper towel, trying to thoroughly scrub the areas with white stains.

  • Polish your ceramic stove top with a lint-free cloth to remove any streaks or residue left behind by the ceramic stove top cleaner.

Use a razor blade

Use oven cleaner

  • Coat your ceramic cooktop with oven cleaner.

  • Allow it to sit 30 minutes to an hour. If your stains are persistent, allow it to sit overnight.

  • Wipe the cleaner away using a warm towel.

Use ammonia

  • Combine equal parts of ammonia and water into a spray bottle.

  • Spray the contents of the bottle onto your ceramic stove top. Allow the spray mixture to sit for several minutes.

  • Wipe the spray away using a warm washcloth.

Use a de-greaser

  • Spray a commercial de-greaser onto the white stains on your ceramic stove top.

  • Allow it to sit for several minutes.

  • Wipe the residue away with a warm cloth.

Tips & Warnings

  • Clean your ceramic cooktop frequently to prevent stains from setting in.

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