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Old 21-09-2019, 02:40 PM   #1
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Anyone tried using Hob Brite on their glass?

Hi,

Just wondering as it seems to do a great job on our black ceramic hob without leaving any visible scratches.

Or am I (still) just nuts?

All the best,

Moley

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Old 21-09-2019, 03:23 PM   #2
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Well, Bar Keepers Friend is often recommended for cleaning glass, and that's originally intended for use on ceramic, stainless steel, marble, brass etc.... So I'm sure hob brite is similar. Although I'm prepared to be stood corrected
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I think you will find Hob Brite like most/all hob cleaners is cerium oxide (glass polish) suspended in liquid.
Ceramic glass and normal glass have different properties.
It is probably a convenient but perhaps (depending on how you buy it) expensive way of doing things.
Very difficult/impossible to remove from black trim. If you try it, mask off so it cannot contact anything you don't want it in contact with.
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Often though this, it won't polish the glass or removes any scratches it's just going to give it a deep clean.

Something that a glass polish would do,

You can even just use a paint polish I polished my glass with sonax profiline perfect finish on my DA at the weekend no scratches removed but very clean.

No one will stop you trying it but its not going to do much
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