It is like a mirror and with all the use it supports sometimes it looks somewhat worn. The key is to clean it well. This class (with several tricks) will restore all the splendor to your plate
As you have already seen, in terms of cleaning there are not many differences between ceramic and induction hob since both have a glass surface, which is the one to be cleaned. With a specific cleaning product and other homemade tricks you can clean burnt and stuck stains from the glass ceramic and improve its shine. But you may be wondering which one is best for you because of the cooking system, which as we have seen is different.
TO PREVENT STAINS FROM APPEARING ON THE SURFACE, ALWAYS CLEAN YOUR VITRO OR INDUCTION HOB WHEN IT IS COLD.
Vitroceramic and induction are two very different electric cooker systems, which also imply different energy savings and this may make you decide on one or the other.
- You can use all kinds of containers, no special pots or pans.
- Warming is progressive. There are some recipes or foods that should not be heated too quickly because they can burn or lose their properties.
- Even if there are impurities on the surface, its effectiveness is not affected. The heat continues to flow.
- It takes time to heat up. If we are in a hurry, it can be a hassle.
- Cooling of the surface is not immediate. Thus, if you leave a container, the content will continue to cook, which is good to take advantage of the residual heat in cooking, but we must not forget that it will remain hot for a while before cleaning, for example.
- Heats twice as fast as a glass ceramic because the electromagnetic field acts quickly on the metal surface of the container and transmits the heat at high speed. It is perfect for bringing liquids to a boil and cooking vegetables, rice, pasta or simply heating a soup.
- Spends less than the glass ceramic. As it only acts on the metal surface of the container, it does not have additional heat losses. Starting the magnet requires less energy than heating a resistor.
- The cooking temperature is controlled with great precision. The magnet has no caloric inertia. It turns off and cools down, does not continue cooking or heating.
- It requires specific pots and pans. The base must be made of a metal that interacts with the magnet. Therefore, clay pots and other artisan kitchen containers cannot be used.
- Its price is somewhat higher. But it must also be taken into account that the investment may be convenient in the long run due to energy savings.