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Can I use Bicarbonate of Soda on my ceramic cooker hob?

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Wallace Wed 24-May-06 19:06:03

When I got the coooker I got a sample thing of Hob Brite. Now that's finished, and I'm sure it said somewhere in the manual that I can use Bicarb. Of course I can't find the manual, so must look for the answer here, because somebody is bound to know

trefusis Wed 24-May-06 19:23:05

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Wallace Wed 24-May-06 19:35:55

Thank you, that's what I wanted to hear. Unfortunately I think I'm out of elbow grease at the moment ...

trefusis Wed 24-May-06 19:38:31

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Wallace Wed 24-May-06 19:42:09

Goodness sounds bit hard core for me

JonesTheSteam Wed 24-May-06 19:46:10

Can I please hi-jack and ask where you buy HobBrite from - have looked for it in vain in my local supermarkets!!!


Wallace Wed 24-May-06 20:05:33

Now you mention it I haven't seen it anywhere wither. I'm sure someone will know.

Just noticed cod got her new Housekeeping topic, I want this thread moved to where it belongs!

trefusis Wed 24-May-06 20:12:14

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SoupDragon Wed 24-May-06 20:18:16

<<whispers>> I use one of those metal scourers (the ones that wrap themselves round your oven shelves shold you ever clean them) on mine and it shifts stuff a treat.

Wallace Wed 24-May-06 20:21:05

SoupDragon Wed 24-May-06 20:23:18

A ceramic hob is one of those glassy ones isn't it? Hasn't scratched it or stripped the meant-to-be-there ring marks You're meant to clean them with a razor blade scraper aren't you?

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