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How to clean vitroceramic

Article Image Vitroceramic - also known as glass ceramic – may be perfect for cooking hobs, but that also makes it prone to burnt-on food stains. Use Cif to lift the dirt away:
  • Before cleaning with Cif, make sure the hob is cool and wipe the surface down with warm, clean water to remove any large chunks of dirt.

  • Choose either Cif Cream White or Lemon depending on your preferred scent. Each has millions of micro-particles that can lift even the toughest dirt from vitroceramic.

  • Apply the cream to the surface using a damp, clean cloth and give the vitroceramic a thorough wipe down.

  • Make sure to rinse the vitroceramic down again afterwards to remove any cream residue. It's vital to make sure all the residues have been rinsed off the surface before you heat it up again.

  • Finally, buff the surface dry with a cotton or paper towel to prevent any streaks.

With just a little effort, your newly refreshed vitroceramic hob will have its shiny finish restored to its beautiful best.

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