Glass-ceramic cooktops

Glass-ceramic cooktops

Nowadays, glass-ceramic cooktops can be found in many households. They look smart and stylish, and they’re easier to cook on than separate burners. But there is a major disadvantage:

glass-ceramics are, contrary to what the manufacturers say, quite delicate – and any kind of stain shows very prominently on the shiny surfaces. That’s why cleaning a glass-ceramic cooktop is far less elegant than its visual appearance. You have to soak, scrub, scrape and finally use an aggressive chemical cleaner to remove burnt-in substances. Cleaning your glass-ceramic cooktop with the Thermostar requires neither effort nor chemicals. Just lead the steam nozzle evenly across the cooktop to quickly loosen the dirt, and mop it up with the micro-fiber cloth. By the way: a clean glass-ceramic cooktop helps to ensure full contact between the bottom of the pot and the heated surface, which makes the cookware heat up more quickly and saves energy.

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