Jack Magnum wrote:I was wondering about using a wet rag to clean the window as my manual says to clean it only when the glass is cool.
Good point Jack...I can't i imagine it could be good for the (expensive) hot glass to be suddenly subjected to cool fluid. What I do is use the Rutland glass cleaner on my stove window when the stove is coolest & then apply a dab on a rag/paper towel & then rub it onto the window & then right off. I'll cringe when I hear the sizzling sound I always get but:
I have yet to crack a window this way
I do it infrequently (maybe once/twice a month)
It leaves a nice clean window
I would never put anything cool/cold on a hot window & I would never spray anything directly onto the glass. Put it on the rag.
(I keep the tube of Rutland glass cleaner in a warm area so that I'm never applying anything cool to the hot window....It makes no sense to only clean the glass when the stove is off though because many of us run our stoves 24/7 straight through the heating season)