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Ceramic Hob Cooker
A ceramic hob cooker is a versatile purchase that doesn’t require specialist pans, as inductions hobs do. At Modern Living, we have an extensive array of ceramic hobs for sale to suit every home and budget. We pride ourselves on offering quality products at competitive prices. With trusted brands including Hoover and Hotpoint, you can shop for your ceramic hob cooker with confidence. If you would like to speak to one of our fully-trained team, call us today on 01274 541236. Our Bradford showroom is also open 6 days a week if you would like to view our range of products in person.
Ceramic Hobs FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about ceramic hobs.
Are ceramic hobs better than electric?
Ceramic hobs have several benefits over the electric alternatives. These include being easy to clean, a classic look, being flush with the worktop and easy installation.
These features are what make a lot of people say that ceramic hobs are better than other electric options.
Can you use any pans on a ceramic hob?
Yes, you can use any pans on a ceramic, but some are more suitable than others. For example, stone, glass and ceramic pans are not advised because they will not conduct heat well. However, aluminium, stainless steel and copper pans will work brilliantly on a ceramic hob.
Do ceramic hobs need ventilation?
How to clean a ceramic hob?
Here is Modern Living’s simple guide to clean your ceramic hob –
1. Remove excess food and debris
2. Apply a good quality cleaner to the hob and let it soak
3. Use a microfibre cloth to clean the hob and get rid of any residue
We do not recommend the use of anything abrasive for a ceramic hob as it could scratch the surface and damage it.
What is the difference between ceramic and induction hobs?
What is a ceramic hob?
A ceramic hob is an electronically powered cooking hob that comes with heating zones rather than standard burners that you might see on gas hobs for example. They are an electric alternative to gas cooking and are increasingly popular in modern kitchens.