If you use an induction cooker alot, then you probably know they have a tendency to get dirty, and a lot.

At home we have an induction cooker stove and I just hate it when burnt food or fats gets stuck to it. It always seems impossible to scratch and clean them.

So instead of regularly cleaning the glass on the stove top, here are 6 ingenious tricks that will make your stove shine and look like new!

1. The scratch method

If the stove top has a layer of dirt and grease that has dried, then it is unlikely that a cleaning product like spray will help at this point.

You need to wear gloves and scrape off the dirt yourself. First, pour a thin layer of cleaning product on the layer of grease, then use a razor to gently scrape it.

2. The towel method

Take an old towel that you no longer use. Pour some vinegar on the stove top and sprinkle a lot of baking soda on the surface.

Dip the towel in warm water and place it on the glass of the stove. Leave the towel for 15 minutes. At the end, remove it and wipe off the dirt and foam.

3. The vinegar method and baking soda powder

Just like with the towel method, sprinkle baking soda on the stove and then pour vinegar over it. Wait about 15 minutes, and wipe with a damp cloth.

4. The silicone method

First of all, scrape the stains with a silicone laminate. Use circular motions to loosen the top layer of dirt. Then mix 4 tablespoons baking soda with one tablespoon of vinegar.

Pour the liquid over the stains and let it sit for 5 minutes. Then rub with a microfiber cloth. The last step is to wipe everything with a wet cloth.

5. Ammonia and alcohol method

Ammonia may smell bad, but it solves many problems. Mix ammonia and water in a ratio of 10:1 (one cup of ammonia over 10 cups of water for example), and add some alcohol for disinfection. Spray on the glass surface and let the liquid work for a few minutes before wiping with a clean cloth.

6. Detergent method

Pour some detergent on the stove and sprinkle baking soda. Spray some hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and mix with your finger while wearing protection gloves of course. Use a sponge to wipe off the dirt and then wipe with a cloth.

Now you will not have to spend much time scrubbing and scratching the stove!