Impeccable and streak-free induction hob: clean it like this


How to clean the induction hob effectively without scratching it

Let’s start by seeing what to use to remove daily dirt from the induction hob. The ingredient that is right for you is vinegar , which thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties , kills germs and removes unpleasant odors . Furthermore, this natural ingredient is also a powerful detergent that removes grease and burn stains without damaging the surface. Mix it with water in equal parts, steam it on the induction hob and rub it with a microfibre cloth.

To remove more stubborn stains, you can use pure vinegar . Apply it directly to the stained areas, leave it to act for a few minutes and remove the dirt with a microfibre cloth. In no time at all, the surface will be clean and shiny again. At the end of cleaning, dry the top with a clean cloth which, in addition to removing humidity, will polish it well.


To effectively remove grease residues and give shine, you can also add lemon juice to the water and vinegar solution . Alternatively you can use bicarbonate of soda , which thanks to its slightly abrasive action will help you effectively remove stains and marks.

Create a paste by mixing two parts bicarbonate of soda and one part water, apply it to the stains, leave to act for a few minutes, rub lightly with a damp cloth and remove the residual paste with a clean cloth. Always remember to dry the surface thoroughly.

If you have not cleaned the hob daily and find yourself faced with encrusted dirt, you can use a few drops of dishwashing liquid and apply it with a soft sponge on the induction hob. If you need to remove grease stains , you can use a degreaser . In both cases, rinse well after cleaning.