How to Clean the Trickiest Kitchen Surfaces
Do not get tripped up by finicky marble or stainless steel.
Fingerprints on the fridge, stubborn cooked-on stovetop grime, and unsightly stains on stone countertops—every kitchen has a few elements that can stand in the way of you getting the satisfaction of a sparkling finish, no matter how much elbow grease you apply. A few of those cases can be confronted by working smarter, not harder, and relying on task-specific tools. Here are a few tips for how to handle some of the most commonly troublesome kitchen textures.
Do not resort to crazy tricks for your glass cooktop
Low-profile glass cooktops have risen in popularity lately, and for good reason. They look sleek, do not have any major crevices for food to get stuck in, and are available with induction burners. But they can present a tricky cleaning challenge if anything like a splash of sauce gets hardened on there by the heat.