Glass still looks new

Bub381

Minister of Fire
Feb 4, 2011
872
Mid-coast Maine
The other half cleans well.She said it looks like a tv.
 

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jb4020

New Member
Nov 21, 2009
27
SE PA
How did you get your glass to come soo clean? My rangeley now has a haze over some of it no matter what i do. I was using windex but heard that was bad so i got some rutland glass cleaner but still it does not look like new. I also tried the ash trick,
 

eyefish2

New Member
Apr 19, 2011
73
UP Mi
Try the ash trick and water along with a blue scotch brite dish washing pad (scratchless). Works good for me.
 

Bub381

Minister of Fire
Feb 4, 2011
872
Mid-coast Maine
I have done the ash and it works fine but with this Meeco's conditioning glass cleaner it also does the fine tuning to really clean the fine particles up.Christmas present! :)
 

firebroad

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2011
1,521
Carroll County, MD
I use Weiman's Glass Cooktop cleaner. Also can use Cerama-Bryte, works as well. I like it better than Rutland's, it doesn't make "crumbs".
Use a little piece of paper towel, put a drop or two on it, polish off the brown stuff and go over the rest of the glass. use another little piece to polish.
 

SolarBrian

Member
Feb 18, 2010
41
Central MA
Another vote for Cerama-Bryte. Found in the super market and works well.
 

raygard

Member
Nov 5, 2011
88
Columbia, MD
My VC Encore 2550 cracked a glass front at the start of the season and I replaced it with a new one. This thing that I noticed with the old one , once I had it out, was that it was minutely pitted. This got me to thinking. No matter how much I clean the glass it will always "attract" that white stuff, no matter what I do.

Food for thought.

ray
 

maxed_out

New Member
Jan 19, 2010
592
Central Pa
rayg, Interesting, I had the same thing with my VC defiant encore. However not with the Isle Royale. The IR is not new to me I think its from 2006. No pitting.