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Induction Cooktop

Look smart, Cook smart and clean smart 

Induction cooking—already popular with proficient chefs—is smart choice due to the impressively shortened amount of time required to preheat or cook food on the stovetop.

Potentially more heat, exact temperature control, and economical use of energy are few aspects why induction cooktop is widely accepted. Nonetheless, the surface of an induction cooktop is made of a glass ceramic material that is sensitive to scratches and abrasions. Follow simple guidelines to keep this kitchen appliance looking and functioning at its best.

Daily Cleaning

1.Use a damp sponge to remove any wet cooking spills.
1.In case surface is dirtier, use ceramic cooktop cleaner.
2.Pour white vinegar onto a soft cloth and wipe it to remove hard water spots on the cooktop.
3.Use specific ceramic cooktop cleaning pads and cleaner for areas with light amounts of hardened residue.
4.A ceramic cooktop scrapper or other single-edged razor blade is ideal for thick layers of residue.

In case your cooktop has stainless steel components, use stainless steel cleaner and a non abrasive cloth to clean it.

Avoid the use of caustic or flammable cleaners. Don’t use cleaners that contain bleach or ammonia and any cleaning agent not designed for glass ceramic surfaces.