Glass splashbacks are a big style feature for modern kitchens – until they get covered in grease. Don’t worry, though. It’s pretty easy to clean splashbacks. Just follow our tips for the best way to clean glass splashbacks in your home.
How to clean a glass splashback
Learning how to clean grease off glass splashbacks and generally keep them looking glossy and clean isn’t actually that hard, as long as you have the right tools and products and keep a few things in mind.
- Keep a couple of lint-free cloths and a non-abrasive cleaner on hand. Glass splashbacks don’t take well to metal- or plastic-based implements, so a lint-free cloth is the best tool for removing stains from splashbacks. Apply a small amount of a non-abrasive cleaning product onto the cloth and gently rub it over the splashback in circular movements. Leave the product to work for a couple of minutes, then wipe it off with a clean, damp cloth, moving from side to side.