How to Use a Non-Induction Cookware on Induction Cooktop

How to Use a Non-Induction Cookware on Induction Cooktop

How to Use a Non-Induction Cookware on Induction Cooktop
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Susan Miller

October 24, 2021 @ 10:28 am

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When the hob glows red and the mesh becomes hot induction hobs will turn off as a safety precaution, oh and the smell is absolutely horrible, it filled my kitchen with fumes that were not nice to breathe. I noticed she used a clay pot??? She never tried a pan, the sound a pan on the mesh makes is horrible too. I tried it with a 20cm stainless steel chip pan and it didn't work at all, all it did was make a sound of electric current, the coating on the mesh (I couldn't see with naked eye) even after a thorough washing produced black soot as it got hot, within seconds my induction hob (Toshiba) started to beep and went into security mode and turned off. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THAT ANYONE USES THIS METHOD, IT'S NOT WORTH IT.

PILIngPINOy

November 3, 2021 @ 11:13 am

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Not a good suggestion, it will make your induction cooker get easily to break Due to smoldered mesh

Umesha Prabashwara

November 5, 2021 @ 2:27 pm

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What is the net that you used?

Bohdan M

November 23, 2021 @ 9:26 pm

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Uhm, is that a tutorial to kill induction hob?

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