How to keep an induction range top from becoming scuffed, scratched, etc.?
We are putting in a new kitchen, and I'd dearly love it to last for many years.
I've never had an induction range before, but everyone sings its praises...
But, I'm worried about maintaining the top in good condition. Everywhere I go, I see tops that have been abraded, dulled, and showing their age.
Does anyone know how to protect the range, and put this off as long as possible?
Presumably, replacing the top is a very expensive proposition.