Magic Hob Liners
Imagine being able to keep your gas hob clean without the need to scrub... that's exactly the result when you use these non-stick protectors. They shrug off stubborn burnt-on food and fat with no more than a dip in hot soapy water because they're made from the same material as our Magic Oven Liner. Thank you to Mrs Janet Fellows, of Gillingham, for suggesting them to us.
Reusable and designed for all gas cookers, they'll save you precious time and elbow grease.
Cat Ref: SKU 11688
27cm (10¾") sq., Pack of 4.
- Microwave safe
- Freezer safe
- Oven safe
- Dishwasher safe
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Customer Reviews - Magic Hob Liners
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Great!!” by Mrs Redfern
I bought a set of these for my daughter and her friends when they moved into their student house. I think their landlord will be thanking me. Need I say more?!!
I agree though with a previous reviewer - I have a 5 burner hob and currently have an untidy patchwork of the liners and it's still not quite right. Either a larger set or something on a roll please!
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Good product” by Mrs Simmonds
I found I had to cut them quite a bit to fit my odd shaped gas hob. However, unlike some of the other reviewers I have not had a problem cleaning them. I put them in the washing up bowl then dry them on an old towel and put them back on the hob. I do find they are quite robust and do not tear easily. Mine are showing the wear of constant use and cleaning and will need replacing soon. I do recommend this product for the work they have saved me in cleaning the hob top which was always a pain before.
How Practical?” by Frances Newman
I've found that the liners save me the bother of cleaning the ceramics as they can be wiped down. For a good clean, put the liners on the draining board, and wipe with a cream cleaner, they don't rip and are quite robust.
The only problem I have had with them is when burning fat flew out of the frying pan and burnt a hole in the liner. Frankly, I shouldn't have been cooking at such a high heat, and would not expect any liner to withstand that type of punishment.
So what do I think of them? I've just ordered another set and can't imagine not having them.