There will be no dirt or scratches left: how to clean induction hob properly

Anna OnishchenkoLife
Induction hob

An induction hob is a modern, convenient, and efficient appliance that looks stylish in any kitchen. However, one of the main advantages of induction hobs is their minimal maintenance. Even though they are much easier to clean than conventional stoves, there are some nuances in caring for them.

To keep your induction hob looking like new, you should follow a few simple rules shared by Bob Vila.

Induction cookers differ from gas or conventional cookers in that they use electromagnetic fields to directly heat a frying pan or pot. This allows for more precise temperature control and shorter cooking times.

Induction hobs are fairly easy to clean. However, it is important to use the right tools and methods to clean the surface. Avoid abrasive cleaners or hard tools to avoid scratching the glass. Scratches that are too deep can sometimes affect the quality of the hob.

To properly clean your induction hob, first wipe it with a soft, damp microfiber cloth to remove surface dirt and food particles.

Then proceed to a deeper cleaning. Apply a little non-abrasive liquid cleaner specially formulated for glass or ceramic cooktops.

Alternatively, you can use vinegar and baking soda. To do this, sprinkle baking soda on the surface of the stove, mix the vinegar in half with water, pour the solution into a spray bottle and spray. The chemical reaction will destroy all the dirt, and then all you have to do is wipe the surface with a damp, soft towel or microfiber cloth.

If a stain remains after cleaning, reapply the detergent and leave it on for 15 minutes before wiping it off.

After you have thoroughly wiped the induction hob from dirt and detergents, take a dry microfiber cloth to dry the surface well and prevent stains.

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