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How to clean an induction hob to a shine: six tips

Yulia PoteriankoLife
The induction hob needs to be cleaned with special care

Cooking is a great hobby that can be a lot of fun. However, it is best to do it if all the necessary equipment works well and does not cause problems. To achieve this, you need to keep it clean.

For example, an extremely easy-to-use induction hob needs special care. You can't scratch it because the slightest scratches can negatively affect the functionality of the device. OBOZ.UA tells you about six ways to clean it without damaging the work surface.

Microfiber

The ideal tool for cleaning an induction hob is a microfiber cloth. It effectively removes stubborn dirt, absorbs moisture well, and polishes the surface without scratching it. Add a special scraper and the care of the hob will become much easier.

Vinegar

This acidic agent dissolves grease and protein dirt well. Vinegar, either pure or diluted in half with water, can be conveniently applied to the surface with a spray bottle. To get rid of stubborn stains, leave it on for a few minutes and then wipe it off with a dry microfiber cloth.

Toothpaste

This cosmetic product contains microabrasives that do not scratch the surface. They care for tooth enamel and can also clean the glass ceramic surface of an induction hob. Squeeze a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on a napkin or sponge and rub it over the stain. Rub gently and even a burnt-on stain will gradually rub off and disappear over time.

Lemon

Citric acid works in the same way as vinegar, dissolving common kitchen stains. You can use either a powdered acid solution or fresh lemon juice. Put a few drops on the stove, wait a while, and use a microfiber cloth or scrubber to remove the residue.

Ice

An ice cube can help to soak and at the same time wipe off stains from the glass ceramic. The main rule when using it is still the same: do not apply pressure when rubbing. Take the cube, treat the dried stain with it, and it will soon disappear. All that remains is to remove the remaining moisture with a scraper or napkin.

Baking soda

Baking soda paste will help remove even stubborn stains, especially if you combine it with vinegar. Prepare a mixture of two tablespoons of baking soda and 10 ml of water. Gently apply it to the stained part of the stove and sprinkle vinegar on top. The substances will immediately begin to foam as they react. Let them act for 5 minutes and then gently rub the treated area and remove the residue with a napkin.

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