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How to Buy Cookware for Ceramic/Glass Cooktop


Ceramic glass cooktop is loved by many of us as it’s bring ‘modern look’ and easy to clean. However, something to remind is that not every cookware can be used on the cooktop. And improper use of wrong types of pots and pans may damage the surfaces of your stove. Before shopping for any pots and pans for this kind of stove, check these:

Read the manual
This is completely basic, but most effective for any types of products. Most reliable brands usually recommend what to use it safely and what kind of cookware should be used on it or not. So, read it carefully to prevent any damages of your electric stoves.

Flat & Smooth Bottom
You glass cooktop can properly work only with perfectly flat-bottom cookware. Why? The rounded or warped bottom will lose cooking surface on the top of the stoves, as the result, you’ll have to cook longer and may not heat evenly. More, the flat bottom can avoid any scratches on the glass surface.

Proper Size
The bottoms of pots and pans should be a bit smaller than burner rings or cooking areas, about 1” narrower than the burners. The larger pots will lessen heat conductivity and cause hot spots.

Weight
Medium or heavy-weight pots and pans are recommended to have the better results. Heavier gear conducts heat evenly and consistently without warping.

Materials
Normally, high quality stainless-steel is the best types that recommended from many manufacturers. The secret is try the sandwiched stainless with copper core, which help heat faster. Cast iron with a smooth and flat bottom is great, too, when used carefully to avoid scratching the surface and burns. Hard-anodized is ok, but since it made of hard material, these pans may sometimes scare metal mart on the glass top.





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