9 Dαngєrous Glass Stovetop Habits You Should Never Make

Glass stovetops have become increasingly popular in modern kitchens due to their sleek design and easy cleaning. However, glass stovetops are delicate and require careful handling to avoid cracking or shattering. In this article, we will discuss 9 dangerous glass stovetop habits that you should never make.

1. Using Rough or Abrasive Cleaners

Glass stovetops are prone to scratches, so you should avoid using rough or abrasive cleaners on them. Instead, use a gentle cleaner specifically designed for glass stovetops, and a soft cloth to avoid damaging the surface.


2. Placing Heavy Pots and Pans on the Stovetop 


Glass stovetops are not as sturdy as traditional gas stovetops, and they are more likely to crack or shatter if you place heavy pots and pans on them. You should use lightweight pots and pans on your glass stovetop to avoid damaging it. Avoid using cast iron or any cookware that is heavy and has rough or uneven bottoms.

3. Sliding Pots and Pans Across the Stovetop

Dragging pots and pans across the glass stovetop can scratch and damage the surface. Always lift cookware instead of sliding it, especially when it is full of food or liquid.

4. Leaving Spills and Stains

Spills can quickly become baked onto the glass surface if not cleaned up promptly. Not only can this cause unsightly stains, but it can also cause damage to the stovetop. Clean spills as soon as they happen.

5. Cooking with dirty cookware 


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