How to clean an induction hob?

Thanks to its flat, smooth surface, an induction hob is amongst the easiest hobs to clean. To keep your appliance looking and working at its best, it's important to clean your hob thoroughly after every use. By regularly cleaning your hob, you can prevent food or grease spillages from being burnt into the hob's surface.

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To clean your induction hob you will need:

  1. Damp cloth
  2. Washing up liquid
  3. Rubber gloves
  4. For tougher stains, specific induction hob cleaners can be used, provided they are suitable for the surface of your appliance.

How to clean an induction hob?

It is best to clean your induction hob after each use, to prevent food or grease spillages from being burnt onto the hob's surface the next time the appliance is used. To clean your induction hob, follow the instructions below:

  1. Before cleaning, disconnect your hob from the mains supply and make sure the appliance is cool to touch.
  2. Wipe the surface of your appliance using warm water, washing up liquid and a soft cloth or sponge.
  3. For tougher stains, you can use specific induction hob cleaners, provided they are suitable for the surface of your appliance.
  4. Use a dry cloth to wipe your hob's surface.

Please note: Do not use metal scrapers or scouring pads to remove tough stains from your induction hob as this will scratch the smooth glass surface. For tougher stains, try using a suitable induction hob cleaner. Alternatively, you could use vinegar or lemon juice to soften dried dirt. For calcium stains, use a small amount of limescale remover.

For more information, check out our dedicated how-to guide on how to clean a hob. This detailed article contains easy-to follow instructions and videos that explain how to clean your electric hob, ensuring that your appliance stays perfectly clean and hygienic.

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