Induction hob - cleaning + polishing

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  • Level 14  


    How can you properly clean burnt places on the induction hob?
    -I tried to scrub even by warming up the plate, but I can not clean up a few places.


    I have a few scratches, these are not deep scratches, but are slightly palpable.
    - you can polish the induction plate?

    And whether polishing will not have a negative impact on the life or will not worsen the condition of the plate.

    thank you.
  • Level 8  

    Charred places are best removed with a scraper. It is important that the scraper is intended for ceramic plates! An ordinary sponge with difficult dirt will not help.

    There are measures on the market for polishing ceramic tiles, it's hard for me to recall something, but just like above, you just need to look for something that is intended for ceramic plates. It is important that you do not use CIF milk for cleaning, because they have particles that can draw such a disc. And polishing will not have a negative effect on the disc.

    Possibly, I could recommend a ceramic tile cleaning kit, I do not know if I can post links, in case of breaking the rules, please moderate:

  • Level 14  
    I understand the ceramic plate is also inductive?

    And out of curiosity, will not I also remove the originally painted elements of the producer's signs by polishing the disc? Do I have to avoid these places then?

    Is man warm up the plate before using the scraper? and will not he draw a disc?
  • Level 8  
    Generally, induction hobs often have a ceramic coating, whereas cleaning products that should be used for induction hobs should be adapted to ceramic hobs. There will be no problem.

    As for the manufacturer's marks. With cleaners intended for induction hobs, the original markings from the manufacturer should not be erased, although for safety reasons I would advise you to omit these elements. In the case of German induction hobs, the manufacturer's marks are fixed in the board, so in this case, you should not worry about it.

    A scraper intended for such plates will not scratch the surface of the plate. You do not have to heat the disc.
  • Level 8  
    For cleaning sponge + liquid for ceramic plates.
  • Level 8  
    Krzychu102 wrote:
    For cleaning sponge + liquid for ceramic plates.

    Only for light stains. For stronger burns on the plate, only the scraper. With a sponge, we can only wipe dirt off after using the scraper ;) .
  • Level 14  
    Thank you for the answers, I will provide you with the tools and resources you write about and let me know + photos of how I went.

    I will tell you only that I am shocked how I would rub the plate had to be some specks of the bar or something I do not know from where and the resulting scratches - I did not think that these plates are so delicate ...
  • Level 8  
    Can you share the record brand? At the moment, in Europe, glass plates are produced from two places France and Germany. One of the better surfaces (if not the best) is of course Schott glass. Some manufacturers fly at cost and order glass from China, then you can compare the used board on European and Asian glass - the difference is huge!

    Scratches from "sand" can arise after inaccurately washing the bottom of pots, that if we add some spices like salt, sugar, etc. during cooking, moving the pots, these spices can attach to the bottom.
  • Level 14  
    electrolux induction hob