How to look after your La Cornue
Definitely, you expect your La Cornue to look grand and serve you well for years. And this is what it actually does. Of course, conditional to proper care on your part. In this post, we will guide you on how to look after your La Cornue and the simplest procedures you can handle on your own.
Here are some general tips on how to arrange proper care for your La Cornue. One of the main rules here is to undertake cleaning procedures regularly. Other rules affect the appliance integrity and even your safety during these procedures. They include:
Note, while you can undertake some simple every-day and every-week cleaning tasks, you may need professional help with maintenance tasks. At LE Company, we provide a high quality La Cornue repair service and will be happy to take over its maintenance and deep cleaning.
Clean La Cornue exterior
Of course, the first thing you and your guests pay attention to is how your kitchen looks. To clarify, even an expensive appliance has a poor appearance and looks cheap and nasty when dirty. Therefore, you should clean your La Cornue exterior to keep its gorgeous appearance on the top.
Here are some tips on how to clean specific parts of your kitchen exterior:
Clean La Cornue cooking elements
When it comes to cleaning La Cornue cooking elements, it comes to such parts as an oven and grill, hobs or hob plates, and, of course, cooktop burners for gas kitchens.
Oven and grill
Though this grand kitchen is equipped with a self-cleaning mode, we recommend always wipe up the stains that occur during your baking and grilling. Therefore, regularly clean the inside oven walls with soft soap, dishwasher detergent, or any other cleaner that is harmless for the enamel surface. Besides, for chrome shelves and handyrack, use dishwasher detergent or any cleaner that is harmless for chrome. If there are stubborn stains, use a nylon scourer to remove them.
Hobs and hob plates
One of the elements that are often in use and, thus, often gets dirty is a hob or hob plate. To clean your ceramic or induction hobs, use soft soapy for everyday care and cream cleaner for weekly care. For enamel or steel hob tops, you can need a nylon scourer to remove stubborn stains. In all other cases, a mild detergent or soft soap, diluted in hot water is enough.
If your kitchen has an electric hob plate, food debris and spills often stick to it. In this case, remove this stuck debris and spills with a well-soaped steel wool pad. On the contrary, the griddle plate has a non-stick surface. However, do not forget to wipe up all spills with diluted soft soap or dishwasher detergent.
If your kitchen is gas-fueled, you also need to clean the cooktop burners at least once a month or two. This not only returns to them their initial nice looks but enables you to keep its performance at its best. Not to mention reducing the fire hazards. For regular domestic cleaning, you can use a solution of water mixed with white vinegar.
LE Company team