Ceramic hob scratch

Removing scratches from a ceramic hob. Is that possible?

You’ve tried cleaning your ceramic hob with the rough side of a universal sponge or, even worse, with a wire scrubber? And as a result, you’ve got unsightly scratches. Wouldn’t it be great if these would simply and quickly disappear again and you could undo it all? Unfortunately, it’s not possible to remove scratches from a ceramic hob. That’s why you should always clean your hob properly and, where possible, avoid scratches. To avoid your hob getting even more scratches in future, we recommend cleaning it with our Bosch ceramic & induction hob cleaner. It provides a clean hob or ceramic surface. Cleaning a ceramic glass hob, even with burnt-on dirt, is done in next to no time with the special cleaner. The best way is to proceed as follows: first, remove large deposits from the hob with a glass scraper. These are also available from our online shop. Then apply the cleaner and allow it to penetrate. Wipe off with a soft cloth and cleaning your ceramic hob is done in seconds – all without any scratches.

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