Cleaning and maintenance of ceramic hobs
Switch off the appliance and allow it to cool before cleaning is to be carried out.
Check whether the cleaning materials are appropriate and recommended by the manufacturer before use on your appliance. Use cream cleaners or liquid cleaners which do not contain particles. Do not use caustic (corrosive) creams, abrasive cleaning powders, rough wire wool or hard tools as they may damage the cooker surfaces. Do not use cleaners that contain particles, as they may scratch the glass, enamelled and/or painted parts of your appliance. Should any liquids overflow, clean them immediately to avoid parts becoming damaged. Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning any part of the appliance.
Cleaning the Inside of the Oven
The inside of enamelled ovens are best cleaned while the oven is warm. Wipe the oven with a soft cloth soaked in soapy water after each use. Then, wipe the oven over again with a wet cloth and dry it. You may need to use a liquid cleaning material occasionally to completely clean the oven.
Cleaning the Ceramic Glass
Ceramic glass can hold heavy utensils but may be broken if it is hit with a sharp object. WARNING : Ceramic Cooktops - if the surface is cracked, to avoid the possibility of an electric shock, switch off the appliance and call for service.
Use a cream or liquid cleaner to clean the vitroceramic glass. Then, rinse and dry the glass thoroughly with a dry cloth. Do not use cleaning materials meant for steel as they may damage the glass.
Cleaning the Glass Parts
Clean the glass parts of your appliance on a regular basis. Use a glass cleaner to clean the inside and outside of the glass parts. Then, rinse and dry them thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Cleaning the Enamelled Parts
Clean the enamelled parts of your appliance on a regular basis. Wipe the enamelled parts with a soft cloth soaked in soapy water. Then, wipe them over again with a wet cloth and dry them. Do not clean the enamelled parts while they are still hot from cooking. Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt, water, lemon or tomato juice on the enamel for a long time.