JD Spydo wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 21, 2018 3:36 am
Wartstein wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 21, 2018 3:03 am
For cleaning my sharpmaker rods (have just the fine and medium ones) ceran stove cleaner works perfectly. I use a regular sponge for cleaning dishes (don't know if this is the correct term in english)
What kind of chemical cleaner is this product you mentioned ( Ceran?)?? IS it a regular oven cleaner? I'm just a bit apprehensive of harsh chemical oven cleaners because of the extremely caustic chemicals in them. And I'm not aware of this product or what is in it. But I would like to know more about it. I'm always looking for other stuff that actually works.
I was talking to a friend on the phone last night about this subject and he was telling me that a company called "ZEP" who makes a lot of commercial grade cleaning products has a cleaner that works well. I was also told recently that a mixture of borax and white vinegar has incredible cleaning properties to it.
Ok, I´ll give all I´ve got and try to explain in english (not my native tongue
I mean a cleaner for ceran/glass cooktop/hotplates. You know, the glasslike hotplates modern stoves feature instead of metal ones, in Europe the material they´re made of (looks like glass) is called "ceran", maybe not in the US?
There is a special cleaner for that. The product I use ("CeraClean" by the company "reckit benkster") is NOT available in the US, I checked that right now for you
The probably closest US-product I found is called "Weiman Ceramic & Glass Cooktop Cleaner - Heavy Duty Cleaner and Polish" ( I am not sure if it is the same as the product I use,but I´d assume so).
Some of these Ceran cleaners are labeled as cleaners for also metal and Ceramic anyway.
Hope that helps, as I said, it´s no problem at all to clean my sharpmaker rods with that Ceran cleaner; It is NOT a cleaner for the oven itself (where you bake stuff like muffins in), but for the hotplates, as mentioned.
Top three going by pocket-time: Endura 4 in VG 10/Micarta-scales; Stretch 1 in VG 10; Endura 4 in HAP 40