Ceramic hobs

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Honey

Hob Brite

"If you get sort of cloudy marks on your ceramic hob, as made by spilled liquids I think, how do you clean them off? I have a new one in my holiday home and have a few blemishes on it already which ordinary cleaning doesn't seem to shift.

Look forward to your responses,

Lin(d)"

Hi Lin, I use Hob Brite... for ceramic and halogen hobs... :o) says it's a cleaner and ??? conditioner?! Mmmm. Well I've bought mine in Tescos and Waitrose... about £1.80

Honey :-x

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Lind

Cleaning

Thanks Guys. I did buy some ceramic hob cleaner in Greece but it didn't seem to do the job. Maybe I should rub harder! Will try the Astonish Liz 'cos that is what I use on my Aga at home which is also a type of glass i.e. vitreous enamel. It is magic stuff!

Thanks again,

Lind

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20thcenturycat

Astonish on glass hob

I just used Astonish on my glass hob - but it was Astonish spray on oven cleaner, not the cream - and it's caused cloudy dull marks. I am wories that the acid has permanently etched the surface. I'm really disappointed. Anyone got any suggestions?

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Honey

Ceramic hobs

I've noticed that oven cleaners often say not to use it on the glass doors. If your Astonish oven cleaner says that... you may have permanently scratched the ceramic surface. Have you tried something like Hob Bright... that might just polish it for you. Sorry I can't really be more helpful.

Honey :-x

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jomary

Cooking marmalade

I am trying to get used to a ceramic hob. I have just cooked another large batch of marmalade (for charity fundraising) and yet again it has burnt on the bottom despite my stirring continuously. The preserving pan has a base 8mm thick and is stainless steel. I could not feel it sticking until I started to pot up. Do people cook on less than maximum heat and if so how do you ever get up to a full rolling boil and up to temperature?Any hints would be helpful as I used to make a huge amount each year.

 
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