At Daz Mogen, we provide a whole array of hob and choices from various reputed brands. But If you were wondering just how to go about finding the right hobs for your kitchen, we have got it all mapped out for you.
The first thing to remember is that you need a hob that will fit into your kitchen’s work counter. You can pick from a range of stainless steel hobs, glass hobs, and induction hobs, depending on how you like to cook. Gas hobs are the traditional choice for Indian homes, but if you are eco-conscious and want a change from tradition, then induction hobs will work well for you. Choosing between stainless steel and glass surfaces can be a tad tough. While glass surface hobs look amazing, they also need to be maintained carefully and stainless steel as we all know is sturdy and can withstand some tough love.

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1. Gas
The traditional gas hobs create uniform flame, with cooking gas supplied from a cylinder or pipeline. Available in glass and steel materials, varying number of burners, as well as built-in options.

2. Induction
The Induction hobs, which use a magnetic field to create heat between the pan and hob, are known to be energy efficient, quick, and considered a cleaner choice.

3. Glass
These toughened glass cooktops are a visual and culinary delight. Perfect for contemporary kitchens, these are now the most popular hob type. Available with varying number of burners as well as built-in options

4. Steel
These classic cooktops never go out of style. Easy to clean and maintain, these are available with varying number of burner options as well as a choice of built-ins.

Cleaning And Maintaining A Hob
When you choose a hob, cleaning and maintaining should also be thought about with care. Induction hobs are the easiest to maintain since the spillages do no stain the hob surface. Glass surfaces are also easy to clean but traditional hobs can be a tad harder to wipe clean of grime in a jiffy. Use a proper branded surface cleaner and a soft cloth to remove dirt and grime. Since the hob is fitted and sealed into the kitchen counter, you do not have to worry about liquids spilling through to the cabinets below.

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