I hate the tiring rubbing and irritating scrubbing, I hate getting soapy spuds all over the place, and I really hate how pruney my fingers get. This is why I’m an absolute sucker for every type of product that makes the seemingly endless task of kitchen cleaning easier.
Scrub Daddy is one such product. Ever since I first got my hands on one (it was a gift from a friend) I’ve been a fan of the loveable smiley sponge. Besides having a mindblowing ability to completely change textures simply by changing the temperature of the water you use it in, and being highly odor resistant.
I consider myself, if not an expert, a well-versed Scrub Daddy user.
For this reason, I feel amply prepared to answer the most common questions that newcomers to the Scrub Daddy brand have. And, one of the most common questions is:
Can You Use Scrub Daddy On A Glass Top Stove?
Yes, you can safely use your Scrub Daddy on your glass top stove without running the risk of scratching or damaging the surface. Scrub Daddy has been lab-tested and certified safe to use on over 20 different surfaces.
- TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED SCRUB - You control your scrubbing power! Scrub Daddy’s FlexTexture foam is firm in cold water for tough scrubbing and soft in warm water for light cleaning. With FlexTexture, you have the right tool for every mess
- SCRATCH-FREE - Safe to use on over a dozen different surfaces (i.e. glass, stainless steel, cast iron, non-stick coatings, copper, chrome, leather). Use him to wash anything from dinner dishes to the car!
How To Use Scrub Daddy To Clean Your Glass Stove Top
Before you use Scrub Daddy for washing your dirty glass stovetop, you have to understand how Scrub Daddy works.
This loveable smiley sponge is manufactured with a patented highly-engineered material FlexTexture which has the amazing ability to change textures at the drop of a hat.
If you add cold water to the sponge, it stays firm. But, if you add warm water to Scrub Daddy, the scrubber will turn soft and malleable.
This means that how you use your Scrub Daddy to clean your glass stovetop will depend on exactly how dirty it is and what type of debris you need to remove.
For example, if your stovetop only requires a light cleaning, you should use the “soft configuration” Scrub Daddy. However, if you need to remove a particularly frustrating bit of burnt and sticky gunk, you are going to want to use the extra oomph provided by the “hard configuration” of the sponge.
After you’ve determined which “configuration” your stovetop requires, you can proceed to clean your glass stovetop like you would with any other type of sponge. Simply add some clean water and perhaps a bit of soap, and gently wipe away the dirt, grease, and grime.
Something else that I love about using Scrub Daddy to clean my glass stovetop is that there is no need to use harsh cleaning chemicals since the Scrub Daddy sponge can take care of most types of scum, stains, and sticky particles with water alone.
But, if you do have a particularly persistent stain or a bit of burnt food, I highly recommend Ceramabryte Cooktop Cleaner.
What Other Materials Can Be Cleaned With The Scrub Daddy?
Scrub Daddy has been lab-tested to make sure that it can be used on a variety of common household materials.
This means that you can safely use your Scrub Daddy on all your appliances, oven doors, aluminum, and seasoned cast iron pots and pans, as well as on stainless steel, ceramic, chrome, copper, bronze, and brass. Even your non-stick coated pots and pans will be safe with Scrub Daddy.
But that is not all, you can also use Scrub Daddy on vinyl, marble, porcelain, granite, and even softer materials like wood.
The ultimate proof that Scrub Daddy is a miraculous product is that you can safely use it to scrub and clean your car!
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