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Pots for an induction hob

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CandyCrush Sun 30-Dec-12 20:17:22

Hello smile I want to buy a pan set for my mum for her new kitchen.

I'm looking for a nice set of pans for an induction hob. I have seen a few from the usual places which would work, but my mum would really love the type with small handles on both sides rather than one long pan handle iykwim and I can't find them anywhere...

Her current ones are the plain stainless steel type in various sizes but none of them will work (we've done the magnet test)

Any recommendations would be gratefully received!

HappyNewBleurgh Sun 30-Dec-12 20:27:21

I also like pans with a handle each side. I bought these from Ikea (365 range) for my new induction hob last month and have been delighted with them. You can buy them individually too of differing sizes.

HappyNewBleurgh Sun 30-Dec-12 20:40:35

Btw, on another note make sure your mum has a bottle of Hobrite for her new induction hob. Nothing else will do.

I didn't realise how essential this stuff is and thought I'd marked my new hob on it's first use. I was terribly upset and panicing. I hadn't damaged it, I just wasn't cleaning it with the right stuffblush.

(Most people, other than me probably already know this, so ignore if you doblushgrin)

ARightOldPickle Sun 30-Dec-12 20:42:15

I have the IKEA 365 ones as well, been using them for 3 years - they are great!

RandomMess Sun 30-Dec-12 20:50:16

I just use Mr Muscle day to day on the hob very rarely need to get anything stronger out on it!

ARightOldPickle Sun 30-Dec-12 20:56:22

I don't use anything special to clean mine either - washing up liquid usually does it or sometimes Mr Muscle if necessary, then kitchen towel or microfibre cloth to shine it up. Still looks gorgeous!

annalouiseh Sun 30-Dec-12 21:20:11

these are quite nice


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