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I have a ceramic stove top and I have taken good care of it and clean it with a scrungie made for ceramic stove tops along with vinegar and baking soda. It has worked well until now. My burners that I use the most have a black coating on them. Kind of looks like soot, but it won't come off. Has anyone else had this problem and how did you solve it?
I have had the glass stovetop now for a year, and find that the new razor blade works the best. I do the razor blade cleaning once or twice a month though. Not every time I clean the stove top. I only use the polishing compound cleaner two or 3 times a month. For the most part, I wipe the cool stove top down with my fresh soapy sponge, then use windex and a clean rag to get off the smears. That, I will do daily.