How to clean an induction hob?

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Most induction hobs have a mirror-smooth glossy surface. That is very nice to see, but it also has disadvantages. After all, you can immediately see stains and dirt residues.


After cooking, wipe the plate with warm water and Elja washing-up liquid and a microfiber cloth. These wipes do not leave scratches. Remove bits/leftovers as quickly as possible.
Wipe afterwards with a damp cloth with only water.
Then spray the hob with Elja hob-cleaner and dry it with a clean microfiber cloth or piece of paper towel for a streak-free result.

What you should definitely not do!

Scouring sponges or abrasive cleaning agents are not allowed. Never use soda or cleaning products with lemon to clean your induction hob. This causes irreparable discoloration. Lemon is a corrosive acid, which can damage your hob. Waiting too long to clean your induction hob is also a real no-go. It is best to remove food scraps that fall out of the pan immediately during cooking (the surface where the pan is not on does not get hot anyway). In any case, don't let it stick, then it will be more difficult to get rid of it.

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