How to clean ceramic hobs naturally
See small tips for cleaning the ceramic hob, as well as preventing the creation of annoying scratches!
Natural way of cleaning a ceramic hob
- Fill a bowl with lukewarm water.
- With a (non-scratching) sponge dipped in warm water, soak the surface of the hob and the dried stains.
- Wet the sponge constantly to remove stains on the sponge that can scratch the surface of the hob.
- Pour a small amount of baking soda onto each stubborn stain and leave on for 10-15 minutes.
- Wipe with a clean and soaked microfiber cloth and rub gently to remove the stain from the surface.
Repeat if stains persist.
The fact that we see the ceramic hob scratched does not mean that it is necessary.
Usually tough stains like sugar leave streaks and marks on the ceramic hob.
So with a good cleaning, the supposed scratches that scared us go away. Unfortunately, if the scratches are deep, you can’t do much. But you can protect yourself from the next ones.
How do I protect the ceramic kitchen from scratches?
- We always use utensils with smooth and flat bases.
- I NEVER drag the dishes if I want to take them out of the heat, or change them.
I pick them up and move them!
- If syrup or sugar spills from the pot, I wipe it up immediately. Sugar is the biggest enemy of ceramic hobs.
- We avoid bringing in a hot container with aluminum foil. Aluminum foil will leave a dark gray stain on the surface of your hob.
- We always keep the ceramic kitchen clean, ready for the next use
We do not leave dirty spoons or ladles on the ceramic surface