Vitro ceramic cleaners are specially designed for ceramic glass so you can be sure they won’t scratch or otherwise damage the cooking surface.
Use a vitro ceramic cleaner to lift off burnt residue where just wiping with a damp cloth is not enough.
Cleaning a ceramic glass cooking appliance with a vitro ceramic cleaner and a damp cloth preserves the original shine and keeps the surface looking good for a long time.
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Clean your ceramic hob after each use. Wait till the surface is cool and make sure it is switched off.
Never use aggressive or abrasive agents, such as oven sprays, rust removers, scouring powders or abrasive sponges on your ceramic cooker surface.
Vitro ceramic glass cooking appliances need to be cleaned after each use. Normal dirt can be wiped off with a damp cloth.
Burnt residue should be removed first with a ceramic glass scraper; the glass ceramic surface should then be wiped clean with a vitro ceramic cleaner.
Wipe off any cleaning product residue before using the cooking zone again.
If there is a sleeve on the detergent bottle, remove it when empty and recycle it separately.