modern oven with ceramic hot-plates

modern oven with ceramic hot-plates

modern oven with ceramic hot-plates

If you have a modern oven with ceramic hot-plates, you should be extremely careful when you make the choice how you will proceed cleaning. If you have decided to use baking soda for removing stubborn stains, note that it has hard and abrasive structure and can damage the ceramic surfaces and can leave grooves on it. To avoid that problem, prepare a soft paste of baking soda (2-3 teaspoons) dissolved in water (4-5 tablespoons). Stir until you make a homogenous mass that is soft enough and won't damage the ceramic hot-plates. Apply the mixture and leave it for several minutes in order to penetrate deeper in the stains. Then finish the cleaning procedure with a soft cloth, as if it is necessary rub more intensely for better effect.

 

Some people prefer using only strong detergents, purchased from the store. However, you should be aware that preparations for cleaning ovens and microwaves are some of the most toxic products used in the household. They can cause asthma, allergies and respiratory problems. In addition, it is very probable to have a rash on your skin after you use such products, especially if you do not wear protective gloves. No matter how hard we try to wash the detergents from the oven or hot-plates, some of them remain on the surfaces. As a result when we turn on the oven next time, the heat produces toxic fumes. It is a good advice always to use only eco-friendly detergents or homemade mixtures for cleaning as they are completely safe. Prolux Oven is one of the most recommended cleaning companies in London, [[postcode]] because it uses only green products in the cleaning procedures. What is more, it offers its magnificent services to all parts of London and to various types of clients - restaurants and private homes.

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