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How do you clean a Thermador induction cooktop?

Cleaning a Thermador induction cooktop is relatively straightforward, but it requires some care to maintain its sleek appearance and functionality. Here's a step-by-step guide to clean your Thermador induction cooktop effectively: 1. Turn off the cooktop: Ensure all the cooking zones are turned off, and the surface has cooled down before you start cleaning. 2. Remove debris: Using a soft, damp cloth, gently wipe away any loose debris or spills from the surface. For stubborn, dried-on stains, you can use a cooktop scraper specifically designed for glass or ceramic surfaces. 3. Use a cooktop cleaner: Apply a few drops of a recommended cooktop cleaner to the surface. Avoid using abrasive or harsh chemicals that can damage the glass. Follow the cleaner's instructions and use a non-abrasive sponge or cloth to scrub the surface gently. 4. Clean the control panel: Wipe down the control panel with a soft, damp cloth. Avoid excessive moisture near the controls. 5. Clean the edges: Don't forget to clean the edges and corners of the cooktop, where dirt and grime can accumulate. 6. Polish the surface: To restore shine, use a soft, dry cloth to polish the cooktop gently. 7. Regular maintenance: After each use, wipe down the cooktop with a soft cloth to prevent food and stains from sticking. Remember to avoid using ammonia-based cleaners, bleach, or rough scouring pads, as they can damage the glass surface. Always consult the user manual or Thermador's official guidelines for the best cleaning practices specific to your induction cooktop model.
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