More and more families choose to use infrared stoves, induction cookers instead of gas stoves because of its safety and convenience. However, during use, it is difficult to avoid getting dirty and burnt on the stovetop.
These stains and burns not only detract from the aesthetics of the kitchen, but also affect the efficiency of the kitchen. Therefore, timely cleaning of infrared cooktops is essential.
With light or new stains, you can completely “erase” them by using diluted rice water and lemon juice to apply to the kitchen surface. After that, you just need to take a cloth to wipe it clean.
With stubborn stains and burns, cleaning the kitchen is not so easy. However, you can completely handle them by using a razor.
Infrared cooktops with burns or stains not only unsightly but also affect the efficiency of the kitchen. (Illustration)
How to handle stubborn stains clinging to infrared cooktops
Method 1: Use lemon, dishwashing liquid and knife
Step 1: Mix lemon juice with dishwashing liquid, use a soft cloth to absorb and wipe directly on the surface to be cleaned. Wait about 5 minutes, the acid in the lemon and the detergent in the dishwashing liquid will soften the stain.
Step 2: Using the blade of a wide knife, gently scrape the stain. Note, the blade needs to be tilted at a 45-degree angle, use your hand to push the knife forward so that the entire blade must be in contact with the kitchen surface. This helps limit the possibility of scratching the infrared stove surface.
Step 3: Use a damp, soft cloth to wipe the kitchen surface again.
With stubborn burns and stains, you can completely use a knife to pry them off. (Illustration)
Method 2: Use lemon, dishwashing liquid, baking soda and knife
If doing the above method and the stain is still not completely removed, you can add more baking soda. This method is suitable for stubborn stains that have been on the stove for a long time.
Step 1: Mix baking soda, lemon juice, dishwashing liquid to form a paste.
Step 2: Apply the above mixture to the stain, burn and leave it like that for about 15 minutes. Wait for them to soften and continue using the razor.
Step 3: Wipe the cooktop with a soft cloth and warm water.
Mix baking soda, lemon juice, and dishwashing liquid to form a paste and apply it to the surface of the stain. (Illustration)
Some notes in the process of cleaning infrared cookers
– Completely unplug the cooker before cleaning
– Let the stove cool down before cleaning
– Do not pour water directly on the kitchen surface to avoid damage
– If you accidentally scratch the cooktop while using the razor, you can use baking soda mixed with water in a ratio of 3:1, apply to the scratch and the surrounding area, let it sit for 10 minutes. Then, use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe in circles until the scratch disappears.
– Should clean the kitchen regularly, periodically to avoid stains sticking for a long time, making it difficult to clean.
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