Wolf induction cooktops are a high-quality, efficient choice for any homeowner. But with so many options on the market, it can be hard to know why an induction cooktop is the best choice for your home. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the benefits of Wolf induction cooktops and provide tips on how to care for and service them.
Why Choose a Wolf Induction Cooktop?
Wolf induction cooktops are known for their quick heat-up times and heat consistency across the cookware. When used with the correct cookware, a magnetic field causes just the bottom of the pan to heat up. There is no open flame or glowing coil to contend with, plus the heat is even, cooking your food evenly.
A Wolf induction cooktop is a great choice if you’re looking for precision cooking. The even heat distribution ensures that your food will be cooked evenly, and since there is no open flame or glowing coil, there’s less risk of burns. Plus, the quick heat-up time means you can get started cooking sooner.
How Do I Take Care of My Wolf Induction Cooktop?
Induction cooktops are a popular choice for many homeowners because of how easy they are to care for and clean.
How to Clean a Glass Cooktop
Use a spray degreaser and a non-abrasive cooktop cleaner with a soft cloth to remove food spills from the glass-ceramic surface. For melted or baked-on messes, use a razor blade scraper to remove the spill as soon as it happens once the cooktop is cooled off.
Spray degreaser on a soft cloth and wipe the control panel to remove fingerprints and small food messes.
Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the surface to remove fingerprints and small messes lightly.
What Cookware Do I Use?
The correct cookware is crucial for getting the highest quality performance from your Wolf induction cooktop.
For the best performance, use cookware that has a flat, smooth, magnetic bottom and is a similar diameter to the burner. Any cookware can be used as long as it has magnetic properties and a smooth flat bottom. The most simple way to test if cookware can be used on the Wolf induction cooktop is to see if a magnet sticks to the bottom of it.
When Should I Have My Wolf Induction Cooktop Serviced?
Well, the simplest answer is when the cooktop is non-responsive. The touch controls on the glass should always respond. Make sure your controls are not locked by holding the lock key for 5 seconds until it beeps. If the cooktop does not beep in response, check to ensure that you have power at your circuit breaker. If you continue having issues with your Wolf induction cooktop, call the Wolf repair experts at Don Bacon Appliance Service today!
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