|1||Ensure that the hob is cool to the touch.|
|2||Remove the pan supports.|
|3||Use the glass scraper to remove any burnt food. |
Take note to hold it at a shallow angle to avoid scratching the surface of the hob.
|4||Pour a small amount of cleaning fluid and use the wiping cloth to clean the surface.|
|5||Clean the surface with a wiping cloth or sponge and wipe the surface with a dry cloth or paper towel. |
|6||Never use abrasive cloth or sponge to clean a hob.|
|1||It is recommended to use the liquid cleaning cooktop for stainless steel tables.|
|2||Concentrated degreaser can be used to remove deposits that are inlaid. |
Simply spray degreaser on the hob and let it sit for a few minutes.
The fat can then be easily removed with a clean cloth.
|3||When it is clean, simply use the wipe provided in the kit to polish the cooktop.|
|1||Burner stainless steel rings can be removed and cleaned easily. |
Clean it in soapy water using dishwashing liquid.
|2||For burner caps, the approved product for cleaning depends on the type of cap. |
Enamel caps can be cleaned in the same way as the enamel surface, using degreaser and a brush spiral steel.
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|2||Completely flat base|
|3||Layered sandwich design base for even heat distribution|
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