Are Induction Cookers Easy to Clean?


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Any spills made on the surface of an induction cooker, such as those from food or liquids, are easier to clean as only a certain part of the appliance heats up. With a recessed coil design, an induction cooker is less likely to bake any food spills on its surface.

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Are Induction Cookers Easy to Clean?
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Due to its glass ceramic construction, an induction cooker is more likely to suffer from abrasions and scratches to its surface. Clean an induction cooker on a daily basis using cloth and a ceramic cooktop cleaner. Heavy-duty cleaning can also be done by using a combination of vinegar and a razor blade to scrape off any sticky residue.

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