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Description Cooker - Freestanding - Energy Efficiency: A - Fuel Type: Electric - Hob Type: Electric Ceramic Induction - Width: 109.6 cm - Height: 90 cm more

Cookers & Ovens

Description Built in Hobs - Electric Hob - without Warmplate - Ceramic / Glass - with Integrated Controls - Stainless Steel more

Kitchen Hobs

Description Cooker - Freestanding - Energy Efficiency: A - Fuel Type: Electric - Hob Type: Electric Ceramic - Width: 50 cm - Height: 90 cm more

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“Sparkly Hobs”

published 22/06/2005

Advantagesgood results, good price


...Recently I just bought a ceramic hob cooker because previously I never really worried too much about spillages around the cooker but now with the shiny black surface dirt starts to show up more easily. I love my cooker and being a huge pasta lover and loving my sauces etc this means that there are going to be spillages whether it's tomato sauce stains, oil after frying these all make a mess if...

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“Happy Hobs!!”

published 04/04/2007

Advantages Works very well, fairly inexpensive, easy to use

DisadvantagesBit runny

...A couple of summer's ago, my husband gutted our old kitchen and put me in a nice new one with all the mod cons, including my new halogen hob! He told me I needed to be careful when cleaning it and the maufacturer's instruction for cleaning recommended Hob Brite, by Homecare. I tootled off to Tesco and found it very easily, in with the rest of the household cleaning products. It cost...

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“A good job for the hob”

published 12/06/2005

AdvantagesEconomical to use, leaves hob looking like new


...Last year, we bought a Hotpoint electric oven and ceramic hob to replace the gas ones installed when our house was built, and supplied with the hob was a small sampler bottle of Hob-Brite. I'd owned an electric cooker some years earlier, and I'd always used Jif (as it was called then) to clean the hob. It did the job well, but I thought I may as well use up the freebie bottle of Hob-Brite, even...

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