Best Tips & Tricks To Clean Kitchen Glass Splashbacks

When it comes to cleaning I am a bit of a clean freak! Cleaning has never been difficult in a 2 bed apartment but the kitchen does take a bit of time if it's not kept up with weekly. Luckily we have an electric hob which makes it easy to clean, however the splashback glass bit can bit a of a problem.

Here are a few simple tips you can follow to keep it nice and clean.

Clean As You Go
Easy said than done but by cleaning it daily can make the job a lot easier when you do your deep clean. By wiping away grease when it's fresh is much easier to remove than a stain that is over a week old.

Cleaning Products
Don't be tight and buy the cheapest products. Always invest in the best products (do some online research) as the product will do most of the job for you when used correctly. There will be ones to stop limescale building up or keep your glass free of smudges.

Removing Stubborn Stains
When you see stubborn stains, first thought is to use something more abrasive / stronger than usual but you must not do this. The obvious being this will damage the glass and it's not reversible.

Regular Cleaning
This is the most obvious and it's advised to clean as you go along to make sure your splashback is well maintained and looked after so it lasts. If you haven't been doing this regularly then over time it will lose that shine and end up looking very dull. If this applies to you then you may want it replaced. There are many companies offering this service such as Express Toughening, it's worth shopping around for the best price if you love a bargain like me!


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