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Induction Disks

Induction, as is well known, works only with cookware that is made of a metal containing a suitable proportion of ferrous material (basically iron). Those coming new to induction may find themselves with a deal of cookware that they can no longer use. By and large, replacing such cookware need not be an instantaneous large expense: replacing key items of cookware with cast-iron cookware is relatively inexpensive. But sometimes there will be an item of a special nature or for a special use, perhaps made of ceramic or glass/pyrex, that one wants to still be able to use. (Or an item of ferrous material but too small a diameter—say under 5 inches wide, like a "butter warmer"—to register with most induction-cooktop elements.) Such items can still be used by employing a so-called "induction disk". (Note that their makers variously spell the word "disc" and "disk".)

An induction disk is exactly what its name says: it is a flat disk that sits on the surface of an induction cooktop and gets heated by the element, just as would, say, the bottom of a skillet. (Indeed, extant induction disks are essentially just skillets with no sides.) The disk thus becomes a hot cooking surface on which a piece of non-ferrous cookware (or under-sized ferrous) can be placed for cooking. Rather obviously, this technique severly wastes many of induction's qualities: it is energy-inefficient, and thus spills much waste heat into the kitchen; it is not instantly responsive; and it is a burn hazard. But if you have those few pieces of special cookware—that glass coffee maker, that charming butter warmer—that you just don't want to abandon, this is the way to go.

(Nonetheless, you need to be aware that most expert commenters on the matter abominate these things (here's an example). One common suggestion is a small butane-powered countertop heater, of which Iwatani makes a good one. We would never use a disk save for some very small job involving a glass or ceramic item of cookware, and then only reluctantly.)

There are significant differences between brands (besides in price). Some are made of materials such that they cannot (or at least should not) reach temperatures above what on a build-in unit would be considered "middle-level" power; others, built of different materials, can tolerate even the highest powers. Note that the better-made of these things are not really cheap, for the same reasons no good cookware is cheap; beware disks under, say, $20, though for the small jobs that are all you should ever use them for, they may suffice.

(You might find illuminating the disk weights, when they are given, in the Tables below; heavier means more metal and thus more even heating. The Max Burton, for example, is a full 3 pounds, while many others are around 1 pound.)

Also beware handles that are not heat-resistant: you can get a whacking good burn from the hot handle of a poorly made disk.

As examples, Mauviel's instruction say "Always use the interface disc on a low temperature." The Max Burton disk does not have such a restriction; you should be aware, though, that many induction units (including Burton's own) will—for safety reasons—power down if the surface temperature exceeds some value, typically about 450° F. (which is awfully hot), so there may be minor use limitations not inherent in the disk itself. (We say "minor" because not a lot of uses need pot-base temperatures of over 450°.) We do not know about the other makers' temparature capabilities, but their literature suggests caution.

(Whether an actual induction-ready skillet could be used as an induction disk is a question we have never put to the test, though logic suggests that it could. But heating cookware "dry" is typically not recommended by cookware makers, which is why we've never gotten round to trying it and don't recommend it.)

The induction disks of which we are aware are shown below, with click-on Amazon buy links. Cooks Illustrated, a leading reviewer of cooking equipment, much preferred the Max Burton 6010 to the only other two then available (the Mauviel and an Emile Henry, the latter apparently no longer made). These things now come in different diameters; if you're going to use one, match it to the size of the element on which you intend to use it.

(Despite the white color, the lines below are all click-on links.)
7¼-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
7½-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
7.8-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
8-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
9-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
9¼-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
9½-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks
11-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks

Induction Disks: Lists

7¼-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Artestia 7¼":
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$13.95 (including shipping)

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Artestia 7-1/4" or 9-1/4" Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Aluminum / Stainless Steel Disc with Heat Proof Handle (7-1/4" Disc)

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Features
  · Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Aluminum / Stainless Steel Disc with Heat Proof Handle by Artestia
  · This gadget enables non-induction cookware to be used on induction surfaces, so you can use your regular cookware on induction cooktop to avoid unnecessary costs
  · The aluminum / stainless steel disc distributes heat fast and evenly, which improves your cooking quality
  · Built of premium quality aluminum and stainless steel, it's durable, with its heat proof handle, you can easily move the hot cookware anywhere without being burned
  · Very easy to clean and maintain, simply wash with water and dish soap, wipe out water and let it air dry

Anmas 7¼":
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$24.55 (including shipping)

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Anmas Home 7.5 Inch Induction Hob Heat diffuser Stainless Steel Coverter disc with Heatproof Handle

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Features
  · Material:Durable stainless steel construction with brushed finish.The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution
  · SIZE S: Diameter: 7.5" Thickness: 0.24". SIZE M: Diameter: 9.5" Thickness: 0.24"
  · Heat-Proof handle ensures a secure,comfortable grip.So you can easily move it without any risk of burning yourself
  · You can used the ceramic bowl and any regular pan for induction hob.Therefore, you don't need to buy induction pans,you can use your current regular ones
  · Interface disk just be able used on induction surfaces

7½-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
VonShef 7½":
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Weight: not specified

$12.00 (including shipping)

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VonShef Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel - 7.5"

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Features
  · The VonShef heat diffuser is the perfect gadget which allows you to use all of your pans on any induction surface. Therefore, you don't have to buy expensive induction pans, since you can use your current regular ones, avoiding unnecessary costs
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution
  · The item can also be used as a gas hob trivet stabiliser no matter how small the pan is. In addition the diffuser comes with a handle so you can easily move it without the risk of burning yourself. Besides, you can hang it next to your stove for easy and quick access.

GAS ONE 7½":
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$14.99 (including shipping)

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Induction Disk Stainless Steel Universal (Glass Top Friendly) with Silicon Heat Proof Handle (7.5") Comes with Color Gift Box by GAS ONE

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Features
  · Designed for use with any portable or built-in induction cooktop;the heat diffuser is the perfect gadget which allows you to use all of your pans on any induction surface
  · The item can also be used as a gas hob trivet stabilizer no matter how small the pan is. In addition the diffuser comes with Heat Proof Silcon handle so you can easily move it without the risk of burning yourself. Besides, you can hang it next to your stove for easy and quick access. *Heat Proof Silicon Handle will not melt*
  · Triangle 3 bolts Heat absorbor Technology / With Three bolt on bottom of disk, it is Safe on Induction Cooktop *Prevents Glass top to shatter from high heat*- Distributes the heat evenly with 3 heat absorber on bottom of the disk, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food. The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice, oats and much more
  · The disk of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution.

Concord 7½":
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$27.98 (including shipping)

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Concord Induction Disk Stainless Steel Plate (7.5")

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Features
  · Each Disk is made with Stainless Steel for even heat distribution.
  · Place any non-induction cookware on top of this to work on induction stovetops, both built-in and portable.
  · Heavy grade quality build.
  · Heat does not transfer onto handles.
  · Available in 3 Sizes.

Mauviel 7½":
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Weight: not specified

$75.00 (including shipping)

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Mauviel Made In France M'plus 7500.00 Interface Disc for Induction Cooking

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Features
  · The m'plus accessories collection to use alongside mauviel utensils for healthier cooking.
  · Makes copper and aluminum cookware safe to use on an induction range
  · Place the induction disc under cookware that is not fully clad stainless steel to ensure that you get the heat transfer from the induction stove top

Ballington 7½":
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Weight: not specified

$29.99 (including shipping)

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Induction Connector Converter Disc Ballington 7.5

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Features
  · Stainless Steel
  · 6.5 inch handle (CAN GET HOT)
  · Construction:Sandwich bottom
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel
  · Handle attachment:Welded

Windmax 7½":
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$22.99 (including shipping)

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Windmax Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel (1, Small(19.5cm/7.5"))

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Features
  · Windmax heat diffuser is the perfect gadget which allows you to use all of your pans on any induction surface. Therefore, you don't have to buy expensive induction pans, since you can use your current regular ones, avoiding unnecessary costs
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution
  · The item can also be used as a gas hob trivet stabiliser no matter how small the pan is. In addition the diffuser comes with a handle so you can easily move it without the risk of burning yourself. Besides, you can hang it next to your stove for easy and quick access.

7.8-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Upromax 7.8":
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$21.50 (including shipping)

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Upromax Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Lite Weight (20cm / 7.8")

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Features
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel

8-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Max Burton 8":
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$45.45 (including shipping)

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Max Burton 6010 8-Inch Induction Interface Disk with Heat-Proof Handle

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Features
  · Interface disk enables non-induction cookware to be used on induction surfaces
  · Designed for use with any portable or built-in induction cooktop
  · Durable stainless-steel construction evenly distributes heat
  · Heat-proof handle ensures a secure, comfortable grip
  · Measures 8 x 15 x 0.5 inches
  · Heat transfer rate could be reduced when using non-induction rated cookware that has larger diameters, thicker base sections, and large volumes of liquids and solids
  · Heat transfer sound and yellowing of disk can occur for this product from normal usage

Denmark 8":
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$31.55 (including shipping)

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Denmark 8 Inch Induction Interface Disk Stainless Steel

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Features
  · Will make any pan work on induction stove or cooktop
  · Heat resistant, easy grip handle
  · Disk evenly distributes heat and prevents hot spots when placed between cookware and induction stovetop
  · Durable stainless steel construction with brushed finish
  · Hand wash

9-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Upromax 9":
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Weight: not specified

$23.50 (including shipping)

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Upromax Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Lite Weight (24cm / 9")

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Features
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel

9¼-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
VonShef 9¼":
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$15.95 (including shipping)

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VonShef Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Medium (23.5cm/9.25")

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Features
  · The VonShef heat diffuser is the perfect gadget which allows you to use all of your pans on any induction surface. Therefore, you don't have to buy expensive induction pans, since you can use your current regular ones, avoiding unnecessary costs.
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food.
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Even simmering sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels.
  · The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution.
  · The item can also be used as a gas hob trivet stabilizer no matter how small the pan is. In addition the diffuser comes with a handle so you can easily move it without the risk of burning yourself. Besides, you can hang it next to your stove for easy and quick access.

Think Crucial 9¼":
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$18.99 (including shipping)

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Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Medium (23.5cm/9.25"), by Think Crucial

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Features
  · INCREDIBLY DURABLE so when you use your induction hob heat diffuser you don't have to worry about it cracking, melting, or breaking so you can get as many uses out of it as possible!
  · SIMPLE TO USE so you can use it in many ways for things that are heat sensitive like caramels, rice, oats and more!
  · EVEN HEAT DISTRIBUTION over the entire 23.5cm x 9.25" surface area because while you're cooking you don't want one side of your pan to be hotter than the other. This way, whatever you're cooking comes out nice and even!
  · EASY TO WASH so you can use it over and over again. Simply run some soap and water over your induction hob heat diffuser and it will be as good as new!
  · GUARANTEED SATISFACTION because of a 30 day full money bank guarantee and a trusted Think Crucial warranty. We are so confident in our products that we have no problem giving you every penny back if you're unhappy with your purchase. You won't see promises like that from big box brands!

Windmax 9¼":
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Weight: not specified

$29.59 (including shipping)

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Windmax Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel (1, Medium(23.5CM/9.25"))

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Features
  · Windmax heat diffuser is the perfect gadget which allows you to use all of your pans on any induction surface. Therefore, you don't have to buy expensive induction pans, since you can use your current regular ones, avoiding unnecessary costs
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution
  · The item can also be used as a gas hob trivet stabiliser no matter how small the pan is. In addition the diffuser comes with a handle so you can easily move it without the risk of burning yourself. Besides, you can hang it next to your stove for easy and quick access.

Anmas 9¼":
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$32.43 (including shipping)

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Anmas Home 9.25 Inch Induction Hob Heat diffuser Stainless Steel Coverter disc with Heatproof Handle

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Features
  · Material:Durable stainless steel construction with brushed finish.The disc of the heat diffuser consists of three layers. The upper and the bottom layers are stainless steel, whereas the middle is aluminum for excellent heat distribution
  · SIZE S: Diameter: 7.5" Thickness: 0.24". SIZE M: Diameter: 9.5" Thickness: 0.24"
  · Heat-Proof handle ensures a secure,comfortable grip.So you can easily move it without any risk of burning yourself
  · You can used the ceramic bowl and any regular pan for induction hob.Therefore, you don't need to buy induction pans,you can use your current regular ones
  · Interface disk just be able used on induction surfaces

9½-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Concord 9½":
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Weight: not specified

$29.98 (including shipping)

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Concord Induction Disk Stainless Steel Plate (9.5")

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Features
  · Each Disk is made with Stainless Steel for even heat distribution.
  · Place any non-induction cookware on top of this to work on induction stovetops, both built-in and portable.
  · Heavy grade quality build.
  · Heat does not transfer onto handles.
  · Available in 3 Sizes.

Ballington 9½":
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11-Inch-Diameter Induction Disks:
Concord 11":
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Weight: not specified

$42.50 (including shipping)

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Upromax Embossed Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Lite Weight (28cm / 11")

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Features
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel

Ballington 11":
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$24.90 (including shipping)

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Ballington Induction Connector Converter Disc 11" 19cm

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Features
  · Stainless Steel
  · 6.5 inch handle (CAN GET HOT)
  · Construction:Sandwich bottom
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel
  · Handle attachment:Welded

Upromax 11":
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Weight: not specified

$42.50 (including shipping)

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Upromax Embossed Induction Hob Heat Diffuser Stainless Steel, Lite Weight (28cm / 11")

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Features
  · It also distributes the heat evenly, which in return improves the quality of your cooking and most importantly the taste of the food
  · The heat diffuser is mainly helpful when you cook heat sensitive items such as caramel, rice and oats. Or even when you simmer sauces, since you can keep the temperature at low levels
  · Materials:Surgical stainless steel



Induction-Cooktop Cleaning Tools & Materials

A Cooktop Cleaning "How-To"

First, let's take a moment to review the basics of keeping your cooktop looking clean and shiny. The following advice is direct (not word for word, but close) from Schott, the company that manufactures the Ceran brand ceramic glass used by many induction-cooktop makers.

Crucial! If any sugar, or food containing much sugar—preserves, ketchup, tomato sauce, and the like—or a plastic item, or kitchen foil accidentally melts on the hot surface of your cooktop, remove the molten material immediately using a metal razor scraper (see the product lists below) while the cooking surface is still hot, to avoid the risk of damage to the surface. (For safety, wear an oven/potholder mitt while cleaning the hot cooking surface.) This issue is less crucial for induction cooktops than other smoothtop sorts because the surface isn't anything like as hot; but you absolutely, positively do not want sugary stuff baking onto (or into) the surface, so do be prompt if you have such a spill.

First off, and almost too obvious to mention: clean the cooktop surface regularly—ideally after every use. It's sort of like brushing your teeth: a minor task that, if you make it a routine and habit, you scarcely notice. Also almost too obvious to mention—but we will mention it anyway—do not use abrasive sponges or scouring pads, of any sort, nor corrosive cleaners of any sort (such as oven sprays, cleaners containing chlorine or ammonia, or "stain removers").

Now, here are the simple steps in regular care:
  1. First, remove any burnt-on deposits or spilled food from the surface using a suitable razor scraper (see the product lists below); properly used, it will not damage the decorated cooking surface. Hold the scraper at an angle of about 30° to the cooktop surface. (For safety, wear an oven/potholder type mitt while using the razor scraper, lest it slip.) Here also, with induction "burnt-on" deposits are much less likely, but if you do get any, scrape them off when the cooktop is cool. Some sources say to hold the razor scraper at a 45° angle; 30°, 45°, it probably doesn't make much difference, but the lower 30°- angle may be a little less likely to slip and scratch.

  2. Next, when the cooking surface has cooled down, apply a few dabs—each about the size of a dime—of an approved cleaner (see the product lists below) in each element area and work the cleaning cream over the whole cooktop surface using a damp paper towel, as if you were cleaning a window.

  3. Finally, clean the resulting "haze" of cream off with clear water (that is, with a fresh damp paper towel), then wipe the cooktop surface with a clean, dry paper towel.

In sum: keep a razor scraper and a bottle of cleaner by the cooktop; scrape off the occasional rare burnt-on spill, dab a little cleaner on, wipe it over the surface with a paper towel, wipe off with a damp paper towel, wipe dry, and you're done. Nothing to it. (And the razor scraper can be used on other glass surfaces, too, from windows to shower doors.)

(The folks at EuroKera, another maker of ceramic-glass cooktop surfaces, also had a nice little page [now archived] that illustrates the processes listed above.)

Two final thoughts: one, some recommend that after cleaning, you wipe on, with a paper towel, a light coating of isopropyl alcohol (the sort for general use that comes in bottles at the supermarket) and just let it dry (don't wipe it off), leaving a nice, shiny look to the glass; second, if you somehow do have a major burn-on accident, something like frying on some aluminum foil or plastic, Don't panic!—there are ways to clean even those off with few or, often, no permanent effects. Google Is Your Friend in such cases: just don't rush into frantic action, which might make things worse, before looking it up.

Scanning the internet turns up many recommendations for ceramic-glass cleaner brands, but there are three types that Schott describes as "successfully tested and approved" by them for Ceran; it makes sense to stick to one of those, they being:

The one most often mentioned by info pages and in forums is Cerama Bryte, and it's what we use.


Cooktop Cleaning Tools & Supplies

Neither of these low-cost items should be ordered on their own, since they come from Amazon where the minimum for free shipping is $35; wait till you're ordering other things that make (or come close to) that $35 total, then add one or both of these in so you don't pay shipping on them. (Also, it may be that the maker of your cooktop included one or both items with the unit; some do.)

Cleaners

Because so many induction-cooktop owners swear by Cerama Bryte, we just list it as the cleaner we offer (in this case, through Amazon):

Cerama Bryte Ceramic-Glass Cooktop Cleaner (28-ounce size)
Razor Scraper Tools

This is a simple, common tool—you can buy one in any hardware store—but it is amazing how hard it seems to be (based on reading customer reviews) to find one that doesn't have problems. The commonest problem reported is having the blade retract when any nontrivial amount of force is used; on a cooktop, there probably isn't much call for force, but the same tool should have other household uses (cleaning any glass surface—or even getting stickers off auto windshields), so that's a negative. Some have blades that when "retracted" still leave a small, nasty bit exposed (indeed, some do not even allow retracting the blade, which we think an unacceptable safety risk for ordinary household use). And some are comically expensive for such a simple thing. You should check out your local hardware store to see how you like what they may have in stock, but one tool that seems to get good reviews for cooktop use is (not surprisingly) Cerama Bryte's own:

Cerama Bryte Ceramic-Glass Razor Scraper (plus cleaning pad)


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