Tips to eliminate accumulated stains in this key piece of your kitchen
Many families choose ceramic hob for cooking in their homes. Whether for convenience or because they prefer to cook with this system, more and more people are choosing a ceramic hob. Many consider it a safer and more sustainable option compared to other types of kitchen, and it is also very easy to clean them. However, the rush of everyday life causes carelessness in its maintenance, which causes some stains to be generated that are very difficult to remove.
When that time comes, and even more so when you’ve tried everything to remove unwanted marks, it can seem like you have no choice but to embrace the new look of your ceramic hob and blame wear and tear for its poor appearance. However, there are tricks to remedy these marks on your ceramic hob and without spending a lot of money. Home tricks can help you improve the appearance of your ceramic hob in a matter of minutes.
The ideal trick to clean the ceramic hob
In order for your ceramic hob to recover its initial state, you will need toothpaste, a cloth, cleaning alcohol, vinegar and a ceramic hob scraper. This last element is usually very cheap and you can find it in any supermarket. Remember that before starting to clean it is very important that all the heat sources of the ceramic hob are cold and turned off. For this task you only need to follow three steps.
1. Pour vinegar and remove the dirt with the scraper
Use a cloth to spread the vinegar over the ceramic hob. You must insist on those areas where there are stains or marks. Then use the scraper to remove the most stubborn traces of dirt. Pass the cloth with vinegar again and dry the surface well with kitchen paper.
2. Use the toothpaste
Add a little toothpaste to the height of each heat source and spread with the cloth making circular movements. In places where more dirt accumulates, apply more pressure with the cloth while you understand the paste. Then, pass the scraper again and with the remaining remains of toothpaste and rub again making circular movements.
3. Rinse the surface
Use a damp cloth with water and remove the remaining toothpaste. Once there are no traces left, apply the cleaning alcohol diluted in water with a spray bottle. Finally, dry well with kitchen paper and finished cleaning.
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