Picture of a Glass Top Range Surface.

Cooktop Cleaning Creme Review

We’ve used Cooktop Cleaning Creme for several years now. We find it to work as well as the other glass top range polishes we’ve tested.  Cooktop brand cleans the hardened, baked on grime. This builds up above the burners on our flat top Whirlpool electric stove.

Cook Top Brand is an effective, low-fume, non abrasive thick liquid cleaner. It looks like a white liquid cleanser such as Soft Scrub. But they designed it to restore these stove tops without scratching, to near original shine.

Now these sealed glass top stoves offer the convenience of not having to soak and scrub the burners.  Nor do you have to clean the burner pans, trays, and wiring underneath.  But there is a downside.  Cleaning spilled foods and liquids that harden on the glass above the burners is tough.  Thus, stove cleaning is perhaps the most time-consuming kitchen cleanup task.  But this Cooktop brand stove top glass cleaner, shortens this effort.  Why? Because with its micro polishing particles, and gentle glass cleaners.

Picture of the front of a 10 ounce bottle of Cooktop Cleaning Creme for flat top stoves.
Cooktop Cleaning Creme for flat top stoves, 10 Oz. bottle, front view.

Cooktop Cleaning Creme Benefits, Pros, Features, and Advantages

Can Polish with Most Any Soft Cloth or Sponge

Works equally well when applied with a rag as when rubbed on with a sponge. We prefer a rag though, as rags cost less to come by than sponges.

Soft, Refreshing Aroma

Not pungent.  Has a gentle non bodacious smell. So you need no fans or open windows while using it. Plus, the scent fades quickly; within a minute or two of rinsing off the cleaner.

Recommended for Ceran Ceramic-Glass Cooktops

Cooktop Cleaning Creme is for Radiant and Halogen Heated Surfaces 

Very Little Scratching

We’ve never scratched any stove surface with this Cooktop glass top stove care product.

Easily Rinses Away

Rinses away completely, and quickly using a wet dish cloth or paper towel.

Easily Found in Many Big Stores

This household glass cleaner is easy to find in most grocery or home improvement stores.

Cooktop Cleaning Creme is Inexpensive

They priced this stove top polish reasonably. It completely cleans a typical glass top stove ten to twenty times before you need a new bottle.

Picture of the back of a 10 ounce bottle of Cooktop Cleaning Creme flat top stove cleaner, back view.
Cooktop Cleaning Creme 10 Oz. Bottle for flat top stoves, back of bottle.

Cooktop Cleaning Creme Disadvantages, Cons, Problems, Limitations, and Concerns

Nothing Quick About \Cooktop Cleaning Creme Cleaner

This product may in fact be too gentle.  So perhaps adding a little acid would shorten stove top cleaning times.

Cooktop Cleaning Creme Needs Lots of Elbow Grease

We find this polish and stovetop cleaner to work poorly for quickly removing burned on ground beef grease.  So for those messes, we had to scrub many times over a week or more; once after each burner use where the mess was.  The repeated heating and cooling of subsequent uses seems to work better than this cleaner. Scrubbing as part of the daily kitchen cleanup erodes these stains away completely, over time.

How to Clean Your Flat Top Glass or Ceramic Stove with Cooktop Cleaning Creme

Picture of a cleaning operation on a glass top range in progress, using this Cooktop Cleaning Cream product.
Glass top stove cleaning in progress

Start with a cool stove top.  Allow at least a half-hour after last use before cleaning, to cut chances of burns.

Next, use a metal spatula or other scraping blade to remove bulk, crusted on debris.

Then, shake well the bottle of Cooktop Cleaning Cream.

Next, apply liberally to dirtiest parts of surface.

Then, rub hard with a soft dish cloth.

Continue rubbing until dirt resistance on the glass fades, and the scrubbing operation becomes almost silent.  Listen to the scrubbing sounds, to tell when the grime has gone.  Listen, because it may be hard to see through the cleaning cream layer just applied.

Once you feel that the stove top is clean, rinse with fresh water.

Finally, dry and buff with a dish towel.

Prevent buildup of hard to remove food stuff by cleaning your stove top after each use.  Polishing it in little steps like this makes unnecessary any long cleaning sessions that can take days.

Picture of a glass top range surface after cleaning with this Cooktop Cleaning Creme product.
Glass Top stove surface after cleaning with this Cooktop Cleaning Creme product

Our Rating for Cooktop Cleaning Creme

We like Cooktop Cleaning Cream & Polish quite well.  Indeed, given how gentle it is, we feel safe cleaning any ceramic or glass top stove.  Why?  Because we’ve never seen it scratch any surface, though we rubbed as hard as we could during cleaning. Thus, that confidence, along with how well this product works, is a big selling point.  We thus rate this stove top polish and cleaner, at 93 out of 100.

Where To Buy Cooktop Cleaning Creme

Look for this appliance cleaning product (Amana part number 314274) in larger stores everywhere.  It comes in a white plastic bottle with the black and gold label.  Current price is roughly $7 for the ten ounce bottle, and $16 for the twenty ounce bottle.

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References for this Cooktop Cleaning Creme Review

  1. Cooktop Cleaner Reviews    on Good Housekeeping
  2. Glass Top Stoves   on Wikipedia
  3. Where to buy   Cooktop Brand Cleaning Creme

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