Question CLEANING A INDUCTION HOB

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    Our induction hob has acquired some nasty brown marks from where a frying pan has been used.

    A quick wipe with a damp cloth has zero effect.

    Is there anyway of removing them?

    If so; how?

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    Always been impressed with Cillit Bang, although I haven't used it on a hob.

    I usually give it a while to soak in and then clean off.

    Cillit Bang Grease & Sparkle
     
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    Thank you. :thumbsup:

    Any more suggestions anyone?
     
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