A glass-ceramic stove is the dream of any hostess. But it is at first glance. For an aesthetic appearance and almost instantaneous heating, you have to pay for care.
In order for the beautiful cooker to enjoy its purity longer and as if nothing spoiled, experienced housewives suggest following such tips. Perfect cleanliness in the kitchen is provided!
Glass ceramics is a fragile thing, and care is needed for it.
Tips from this list are collected from housewives from around the world. They will greatly facilitate the care of an induction cooker with a glass-ceramic surface. And at the same time will help save money on the purchase of special cleaning products and scrapers.
1. Never place wet ware on a glass-ceramic stove.
Dishes should only be dry!
Heated pots with a wet bottom can easily end in white spots on the stove. Output which will be hardly possible. And therefore rule number 1: all cooking utensils must be completely dry!
2. Do not use sponge for washing dishes.
Plate - a separate sponge. A better soft napkin.
Because any remaining fat or pieces of food can cause new stains and damage to the surface of the stove. So use only new, clean and softest sponges for cleaning.
3.Sahar - the enemy of glass ceramics
And try it again later!
The prospect of the most "fry" caramel sounds appetizing. But be extremely careful and do not forget about the cover. After all, wiping traces of frozen sugar from the glass is not an easy task. We'll have to sweat.
4.If the burnt sugar hit the surface ...
We'll have to work with a scraper or a razor.
... or molten plastic, foil and other meltable materials, remove them immediately! It is better to do this with a special scraper for the plate. And if this is not under the other, use a conventional razor. Just clean.
5. Soft remedy for cleaning the plate for a penny.
Mix for cleaning for all occasions.
Remember that glass ceramics do not tolerate hard abrasives. So keep all kinds of “brushes” away from her. A universal remedy will help to cope with ordinary fat stains. Sprinkle the surface of the stove with a small amount of dishwashing detergent, sprinkle soda on top and add a few drops of hydrogen peroxide. Wait a couple of minutes and wipe with a new soft sponge, circular movements.
6.If a particularly stubborn stain defies ...
Soda + warm.
... will help the heat. Here's how it works: sprinkle soda with a stain, and on top cover it with a damp soapy (and clean!) Sponge heated in warm water. Leave for 15 minutes. After wipe dry.
7. “Get” melamine sponge at home
Melamine eraser sponge against stubborn stains.
Small erasers are knowingly gaining such popularity. After all, they allow you to clean most surfaces without the use of special chemicals. To care for the "gentle" glass ceramics better and you can not imagine.
8. Is it a pity to spend money on a sponge? Toothbrush rescue
Toothbrush against fine stains.
But only with soft or medium-hard bristles and precisely without any rubber inserts. The brush will help to cope with particularly intractable stains. Especially if you use it in a pair with toothpaste and a small amount of soda.
9.Soda and vinegar
Soda and vinegar - always an effective combination.
These two cheap ingredients will more than replace the expensive "chemistry." To put the stove in order, make a paste of 4 tablespoons of soda and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Leave for 30 minutes, wipe with a clean, damp sponge and wipe dry.
10. "Protective Screen"
After you have washed the stove, wipe it with a soft cloth moistened with a small amount of vegetable oil. This will create a thin screen-film on the surface. It will protect from stains and pieces of burnt food.