Stovetop

Stovetop

Boiled-over pasta water, splashes of sauce, remnants of cooking oil – that’s the daily grind for a stovetop. The tedious cleaning after cooking is an everyday occurrence, as well. It’s easy to get rid of minor stains, but a lot of times they’re burnt in, and can prove to be quite tenacious. To remove the encrustations, you need cleaning tools and agents that are tougher than the stain itself. Traditional scouring pad are sure to damage the stovetop surface, and chemical cleaners contain – apart from unhealthy substances – polishing particles, which can cause scratches. With the Thermostar and its 6 bars of steam pressure, you can provide cleanliness “on the spot”: Just lead the tip of the steam nozzle over the encrustation a few times and wipe up the dissolved crust with the micro fiber cloth.

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