How to clean a glass-ceramic hob to a shine: the ingenious way
An induction hob with a glass-ceramic surface looks extremely stylish in your kitchen. However, it can get dirty with splashes, grease, and burnt food quickly. At the same time, it should not be rubbed too hard as this can adversely affect the operation of the appliance.
Is it worth giving up beautiful glass ceramics in favor of a rougher and easier-to-clean option? Actually, no. OBOZ.UA tells you about an easy way to clean even heavily soiled glass-ceramics with the help of improvised means.
All you need to return the stove to its shiny appearance and cleanliness is baking soda, vinegar and a little water. Start by removing any residue from the surface that can be easily removed with a soft sponge. Next, make a paste with baking soda and a little water that you can easily apply to the stove.
Spread the paste over the stubborn dirt and turn on the hob. When the mixture begins to bubble under the heat, it's time to stop the heat and add the third ingredient, vinegar. Be sure to turn on the hood at this point as vinegar has a specific strong odor that you will need to get rid of. Pour or generously sprinkle the vinegar over the baking soda and let them interact for a few minutes.
When it stops foaming, gently rub the surface of the stove with the soft side of the sponge. But be careful not to burn yourself. All the dirt should come off the hob easily and wipe off without too much effort.
If the smell of vinegar scares you even in small amounts, you can replace it with a citric acid solution or strained fresh lemon juice in this recipe. This substance also interacts well with baking soda and effectively cleans everything in the house.