Kilrock: Best Hob Cleaner I've used yet
Updated: Sep 29, 2022
What is it?: A gel spray to clean hobs
Cost: It varies from a few pounds in the shops on the high street like Homebase (although it is hit and miss if they have it) up to £6 ish online.
Does it work? Yes - really well!
Would I buy it again? Yes - absolutely!
Other options?: Loads, but this is awesome cos you don't have to scrub at all Where to buy: I've seen it in random shops on the high street but not always in stock, so you could keep an eye out for it, or just get it from Amazon or somewhere like onbuy.com for £5.95...and while you're at it you could buy the limescale remover that I have reviewed here (which also has the amazon link if you prefer to shop there) and is totally worth the investment too!
This is super easy to use - just spray it on and it comes out quite thick, almost like a gel, so I use a sponge to gently and lightly spread it about. Wait about 1-2 minutes (or longer if you have stubborn burnt on bits) and then wipe it all with a damp clean cloth to get rid of any residue.
I tried to wait until my hob was looking pretty bad before I tried this one out...so here's the before picture:
After I have wiped away all the product, I then dry mine with a microfibre cloth to get it super shiny and its done! I only moved into my house about a year ago, so I am not 100% sure how old this hob is, but it has to be at least a few years old, yet this stuff still make it shine...imagine how well this would work on a brand new hob! All in a couple of minutes and the hob looks like this:
Based on what it does and how it works, I think this is best is you have an electric, ceramic, halogen or induction hob, although the bottle does say it is ideal for all hob types.
This is now a permanent fixture under my kitchen sink for sure!
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