Honestly we thought about how we would follow our competitors and advise you on the baking soda style clean.
If you have ever tried it, it's not great. Doesn't give amazing results. It requires a lot of effort.
I did start to do a write up, then thought no! We want to be honest with everyone.
An easier way is shop bought cleaners. However these are nasty, highly toxic and just smell horrible.
Our advice would be, let us take the strain. Let get it right the first time.
At Oven Detailing, we are going to share how we clean induction Hobs,the professional way.
How to clean your hob.
Induction Hobs are stylish, and keeping clean is a very easy task. You'll need:
Warm soapy water
A magic eraser
Finally, a good quality microfiber towel.
Simply get the magic eraser wet, using the soapy water. Wipe down the hob, use more pressure if you encounter any stubborn marks.
Dry and buff with the microfiber. This will give you a dry, streak free finish.
How to clean induction Hob burnt on marks.
OK lets face it, we don't always have the time to wipe down after every use. So we will tell you how to tackle the burnt on build up.
You will need:
A safety scraper
green scouring pads
Cleaning with blade.
If you are in any doubt about damaging your hob please don't undertake cleaning. Please use a professional service, using a insured professional will cover you should damage occur.
The first step, make sure you put a new blade into your scraper. Do not use a old blade, this may cause scratches to your hob.
Hold the safety scraper at a 45 degree angle, and move across the debris. This will lift any dirt. You may need to apply pressure to help remove any dirty.
Once you have removed any dirt, the next step is to clean using pink stuff and a damp green scouring pad. Using light pressure to clean any marks and dirt.
Finally wipe any paste off the hob, dry and buff with the microfiber towel. This will leave a dry, shiny finish.
Induction Hob discoloured
Unfortunately the glass top and become discoloured or damaged through use. The bad news is that it's unrepairable.
Quite often we see these coating but what’s the difference? How as professionally oven cleaners we love and hate them.
This coating is found on expensive ovens, with a full cleaning function. When you cook food and fat spits, this splatter hits the inside of your oven. Over time with a normal enamel oven this sets to carbon, removing this requires either caustic products or a professional oven cleaner.
With a pyrolytic oven you simply set the oven to self-clean mode, it heats to 400+ degrees, 3 hours later you sweep out the ash from inside your oven. Sounds simple right?
Is pyrolytic cleaning worth it?
From a professional oven cleaners point of view this is a mixed question, for a day to do cleaning routine it a resounding yes. Its simple hit the button, go on with your daily activities, it’s done. Little mess or fuss. However I’ll explain a bit further on.
How often should you clean a pyrolytic oven?
Honestly it’s down to manufactures recommendations, the average is monthly.
Do self-cleaning ovens really work?
Now the million pound question, yes they work! your oven will be clean. Will it meet your cleanliness expectation? No. there will always be some leftover bits, either in the oven or on the glass. This fortunately keeps us in a job. We can bring back that show room shine.
These liners are often found as panels, either roof, back plate or side walls. Some or all panels. They are easily identifiable, often grey in colour with a rough surface.
What is catalytic cleaning in oven?
Catalytic panels are designed to absorb grease and fat, which is was they always look dirty. In fact they are doing their job. You can simply wipe away any excess with soapy water.
How do you clean a catalytic oven liner?
Once the oven reaches 200 degrees the build-up will start to burn off. This can cause your oven to smoke.
Do catalytic liners need to be replaced?
Yes! They are designed to absorb a certain amount, once they reach their capacity they become spent. You can lightly brush them with a nylon brush to remove any excess, however do not use wire wool or caustic products this will destroy the coating.
Cleaning your own oven is time consuming, and dirty work. Without any guarantees of a good finish.
If you value your time, want a more professional finish with a good as new look. Then get in touch, head over to our gallery to see what we can do.