Rising Popularity of Induction
Induction stove tops have become incredibly popular over the past few years. Thought patents for induction cooktops date to the early 1900s and various manufacturers have demonstrated workable models, it wasn't until recently that induction stove tops have become widespread in availability and purchasing.
Pros and Cons of Induction Cooktops
Pros for induction cooktops include the ease of cooking. Water can be boiled in a minute or less, saving time. They're generally easy to use and easy to maintain. However, they can be more expensive than like options. Also, they require induction-friendly pots and pans, making the the more expensive option even more expensive. That being said, for the avid home chef with appropriate budgeting, an induction stove top can be a great choice.
How to Clean Induction Stove Tops
Cleaning induction cooktops can be quite easy, especially if you get ahead of the curve. They're glass tops can be cool to the touch even though their well equipped to quickly heat your food. To be sure, check the owners manual for all safety and maintenance considerations. That being said, many advocate that you can clean while you cook due to this incredible feature. Simply wipe anything down that gets on the stove surface, wearing appropriate protective as indicated by the company's manual. If food gets dried on, use a putty knife to dislodge it before wiping down the surface. If you feel like you need more than a little soapy water, vinegar can help clean an induction cooktop, including hard-water stains that can be tough to tackle.
As a reminder, the best solution (in our opinion) is to simply outsource your cleaning to a professional service like You've Got Maids. Our maids are well-versed and trained on stove tops, and they look forward to maintaining the cleanliness of your stove top. Until then, we hope you have many healthy and happy meals courtesy of your innovative new stove top.