Scratches on glass cooker tops are not uncommon. They make your cooker top look old and ugly.
I was cooking the other day. Food dribbled under the pan, heated up and burned into carbon (I was unaware this had happened).
I don’t like washing up, so I decided not to use a spoon. Instead I used a technique Chef’s call ‘Tossing’.
I tossed and shook my pan vigorously on the glass cooker top until I got weary and couldn’t toss anymore.
Once I had finished, I removed my pan and to my surprise there was a stupid amount of white scratches on the ceramic glass cooker top.
I rent, so I wasn’t worried about the cooker. I was worried about how I was going to cover this up so I get my full deposit back!
So in this video I test 6 ways to remove scratches from a glass ceramic stove cooker hob top and confirm which method is the best.
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