The quick-cooking, sleek nature of induction hobs makes them the most exciting thing to hit cooking technology in recent years. Using a magnetic current to heat your cooking surface, they are incredibly energy efficient and because they work to heat the pan rather than the hob ring, you get the quickest heating and cooking possible.
With no open flames, they have been designed to be safer for children and some of the ranges have child lock features to ensure extra safety. Although the initial cost of purchasing an induction hob is not cheap, their efficiency and safety have seen them become a staple in households around Britain and the world.
But the big question is: how to clean an induction hob to keep it looking new year after year? We’ve compiled a list that you can find below of all the ‘how to clean an induction hob’ hacks you’ll ever need to keep your cooktops looking clean and pristine.
To see this method in action, check out the video below
So there you have it! Those are our top ticks, hacks and ‘what not to do’s’ for cleaning induction hobs. It can be as easy as that for learning how to clean an induction hob. If you can, try to follow the first tip and clean immediately after cooking, as that will save you a lot of hassle and less elbow grease in the long-run. But if that just isn’t possible, or you have a perfectly relatable kitchen faux-pas, then we are sure these tips will help you solve even the most of impossible stains.
If you’re still looking for the perfect stove top for your kitchen, why not check out our guide to the best induction hobs?
Jane is a busy mum of two who is always looking for life hacks to make her life easier! She enjoys crafting, bargain hunting and is trying to reduce her carbon footprint one step at a time!
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