Energy-efficient and time-saving, the induction cooker poses several advantages to the modern household. Despite its ability to accomplish heavy-duty tasks, this kitchen appliance is quite low-maintenance. It is also very easy to clean using common household products. For maximum results, you can apply these three tips when cleaning your induction cooker:
- Once the cooktop has completely cooled down, wipe away any spills with a damp sponge. Apply a small amount of your cleaning solution on the top and gently wipe the surface with a paper towel. No need to rinse with water.
- For heavy and intensive cleaning, use undiluted white vinegar on stubborn spots and wipe away with a clean dry cloth. You may add a little cooktop cleaner after this to add to its glossy shine. Again, rinsing with water is not necessary.
- Whether your induction cooker is crystal- or ceramic-plated, you should always use a soft, clean cloth or paper towel for both cleaning and polishing. Even when it comes to stubborn stains, using abrasive pads or brushes is greatly discouraged.
Knowing the proper techniques to cleaning your induction hob is not enough; you should also know the things to avoid. For instance, while tempting to use when faced with very stubborn stains and spots, you should never use dishwashing, caustic, flammable or bleaching solutions, or scrub sponges, rigid brushes or abrasive pads when cleaning your induction cooktop. As much as possible, whether during handling or cleaning, make sure not to scratch this kitchen appliance.
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