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Any tips on how to clean stainless steel cooker hob?

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I have a hotpoint stainless steel cooker, in fact most of my kitchen in stainless steel which seemed a good idea at time........reality is it is a nightmare to keep clean! I cook a lot and it takes a …
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6m, 15h agoPosted 6 months, 15 hours ago
I have a hotpoint stainless steel cooker, in fact most of my kitchen in stainless steel which seemed a good idea at time........reality is it is a nightmare to keep clean! I cook a lot and it takes a lot of abuse, I am struggling to clean it at the moment, a lot of burned on marks that just won't shift, any suggestions on any products to use?
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6m, 15h agoPosted 6 months, 15 hours ago
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#1
I always thought you treat it like glass, remove the dirt and dust with soap and soft cloth then wipe over with a mix of water and white vinegar.
#2
Best stuff I use is oven pride about £3 but does full oven and hob comes up like new get mine from home bargains but also do in big supermarkets
#3
If it's for fridges and freezers etc use a little baby oil on cloth. Not on cooker through.
#5
I always thought they were for show only,well done for giving it some abuse
Saying that,think mine might be be stainless ?? under all the crud X)
#6
Try Elbow Grease - All Purpose Degreaser, you can get in the Poundshop. Its a great product check out the reviews on Amazon. I started using it after a recommendation from a friend who owns snack vans and claims it is the best product out there.
#7
I find the flash concentrated all purpose cleaner works really well on my hob and comes in lots of lovely scents.
#8
Try vim with a scourer. Works for me.

Also try mister muscle oven cleaner, also good but smell really strong.
#9
Coat in baby oil when clean.
#10
Make a mixture with washing up liquid & some sugar. Works wonders.
#11
Believe it or not WD44 with kitchen roll,
#12
Like someone on here already said try Elbow Grease.... I use it for cleaning everywhere. After you've got the cooker clean put baby oil on a piece of kitchen roll and wipe over the top of the stainless steel part of the cooker. I've done this on my 10 year old cooker once a week since I got the cooker and it still looks like new ( on the outside anyway)
#13
WD40 &/or Pure Ethanol work fabulously :) Put a soaking wet sponge on any dried stuff & leave until soaked through & then simply wipe off then use either or both products to bring to a shine. Never use vim or a scourer unless you don't care about scratches.
#14
Hi folks, just to say thank you to all for replying, really grateful for all the replies, Ally
#16
Derek....i actually just seen those two minutes ago!!! Used the Elbow Grease cleaner and for £1 it's working very well.
#17
Dishwasher rinse aid.

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