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GLASS COOKTOP CLEANER Hydrogen Peroxide. Baking Soda. Rag or Sponge. In a small bowl mix baking soda with enough hydrogen peroxide to make a paste.Work paste around in a circle, concentrating on soiled areas. Baking soda absorbs grease and hydrogen peroxide will help to lift the residue. Gather up your baking soda in a pile and dispose. Wet a cloth with water to remove remaining baking soda. Buff with a dry rag. Also used this to clean our stainless steel sink & teapot and left them sparkling.
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