First, make sure the cleaning product you are using is safe for a glass top stove. There are a lot of multi-purpose cleaning products available, but some are made specifically for your stove needs. Make sure the cleaner is non-abrasive and leaves your stove shiny and not dull.
In addition to the type of cleaner you use, how you clean is just as important. Avoid scratches by cleaning and polishing with a microfiber cloth. These kinds of cloths also lessen the amount of lint left behind by other cleaning cloths. And finally, as soon you see a food stain, wipe it up. Letting it sit can only make the job of cleaning it up a lot harder. Just make sure you don’t have a hot cook top when you clean!
The Cleaning ProcessThe actual cleaning process starts after you have finished your cooking. To clean glass top stoves you need to be consistently vigilant and that vigilance must start as soon as you have finished using the stove for cleaning. The first step in learning how to clean glass top stoves is watching the stove and making sure that you wait until the hot surface light has gone out. All glass stoves have one and it is the light that tells you when the surface still has the potential to burn and melt.
As soon as the indicator light has gone out, you want to make sure that you follow the next step in the how to clean glass top stove guides which is to apply cleaning pressure to the surface right away. You can do this with a soapy water mixture and a sponge, although some non-abrasive cleaners can also work for the task if you have the extra money to spend. It's not necessary however as a lukewarm soapy water mixture applied with a soft sponge is very effective to clean glass top stoves. If you do this after every meal that is cooked using the stove you will find that keeping it clean over long periods of time is very easy to do.