- Sep 30, 2005
We've had two of the electric glass-top ranges. (No gas available in the last house, propane only available here) They work about as well as any other electric range...and as captante says, they can be a real PITA to clean....just the opposite of what you'd expect. True that there are no open "wells" where the element plugs in...which is better, but it's surprising how bad stuff "burns into" that glass top. Cleaning often requires careful application of a single-edge razor blade.
Careful? I just use a putty knife. Put some detergent and water on it first.