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SCHOTT CERAN® Use & Care Guide
Your SCHOTT CERAN® cooking surface is developed to be easy to use and to look
great. The following hints and tips will help you to keep it that way for a long time to
come. SCHOTT CERAN® cooktop panels can stand up to plenty of wear and tear if
you follow the simple instructions provided in this manual.
SCHOTT CERAN® is made of exceptionally durable, long-lasting glass ceramic. The
flat surface lets you move pots and pans around safely with almost no risk of spills or
overturning.
SCHOTT CERAN® cooking surfaces are easy to clean
Tip: Clean your SCHOTT CERAN® cooking surface regularly, preferably after each
time you use it.
1. First remove any burnt-on deposits or spilled
food from your SCHOTT CERAN® cooking
surface with a suitable metal razor scraper
(similar to scraping paint off of your
windowpanes in your home - it will not damage
the decorated cooking surface). Hold the
scraper at approximately a 30° angle to the
cooktop. For your safety, please wear a mitt
potholder while using the metal scraper.
2. When the cooking surface has cooled down
apply a few dabs (about the size of a dime) of
an approved cleaner in each burner area and
work the cleaning cream over the cooktop
surface with a damp paper towel as if you were
cleaning a window.
3. As a final step, clean with clear water and wipe
the cooktop surface with a clean, dry paper
towel.
Important: If any sugar or food containing sugar (preserves, ketchup, tomato
sauce, etc.), a plastic item or kitchen foil accidentally melts on the hot surface of
your cooktop, remove the molten material IMMEDIATELY with a metal razor
scraper (it will not damage the decorated cooking surface) while the cooking
surface is still hot to avoid the risk of damage to the SCHOTT CERAN® surface.
For your safety please wear a mitt potholder while cleaning the hot cooking surface.
SCHOTT CERAN® is a registered trademark of SCHOTT AG.
Updated 7/8/08, Elder
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The following cleaners were successfully tested and approved by SCHOTT
for CERAN® cooking surfaces:
Cleaning creams
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Weiman CookTop Cleaning Cream (www.weiman.com)
Cerama Bryte (www.ceramabryte.com)
Whirlpool Cooktop Cleaner (www.whirlpool.com/accessories)
Hope’s Cooktop Cleaning Cream (www.camden-industrial.com)
Easy-Off 3 in 1 Glass Top Cleaner Spray (www.easyoff.com)
!!! Do not use abrasive sponges or scouring pads of any type. Corrosive
cleaners such as oven sprays, cleaners containing chlorine or ammonia and
stain removers should not be used.
SCHOTT CERAN® is a registered trademark of SCHOTT AG.
Updated 7/8/08, Elder
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Using the correct pots and pans
The bases of pots and pans should be slightly concave at room temperature, as it
slightly expands when it gets hot. This ensures that it sits flush with the cooking
surface resulting in the most efficient use of the heat.
Too Thin
Thick
Convex
Slightly Concave
(room temp.)
Large Air Gap
Expanded Concaved
pot when heated
Please ensure that the pan base is the same
size as the cooking zone.
Too Small
Too Large
For best cooking results use stainless
steel or enameled steel pots & pans. The
base of stainless steel pans with
sandwich bottoms should be 4-6 mm
thick and the base of enameled steel
pans should be 2-3 mm thick.
Optimum
Glass ceramic cookware is not really suitable because of its poor heat conductance
and its potential to scratch the cooking surface.
Pots and pans with copper and/or aluminum bases are not recommended because
they are softer than the cooking surface and tend to leave small particles, which are
difficult to remove. If those particles are not immediately removed with an
appropriate cleaning agent, they may burn onto the surface and mar its appearance.
Every pan base should be clean, dry and ridge-free to prevent any residue from
burning onto the cooktop panel, scratching or other damage or deposits (such as
lime specks).
SCHOTT CERAN® is a registered trademark of SCHOTT AG.
Updated 7/8/08, Elder
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Scratches resulting from daily use are quite harmless and only impair the visual
effect. There is no need to worry if something spills or boils over. Even burned-on
food can be easily removed using the metal scraper. Please make sure that all
deposits are removed before the cooking surface will be used again.
Following these simple hints will ensure that your SCHOTT CERAN® cooking surface
will look good for a long time to come.
SCHOTT CERAN® is a registered trademark of SCHOTT AG.
Updated 7/8/08, Elder
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