Glass Kettles – Your “glassy” classy kitchen essential
Electric kettles make your daily life more convenient by swiftly boiling water for your coffee or tea. Find your favourite kettle design in Kulina and choose the material and colour that suits you most.
One of the options that you have is a glass kettle. It heats water without generating any dangerous chemicals. In addition to being ecologically sustainable, glass doesn't alter the taste of water.
Why should I buy an electric glass kettle?
There are several benefits of choosing a glass tea kettle and some are highlighted below:
- Glass kettles are transparent. Glass kettles offer full visibility, which sets them apart from other types of kettles like the plastic or stainless kettle. You can always see how much hot water is left.
- glass kettles are spectacular - you can always observe the process of water bubbling and boiling inside the kettle, which looks great and quite relaxing
- the glass walls are easy to clean
- Glass doesn't rust. Your glass kettle, in contrast to some low-quality metal kettles won't rust.
How do I clean my glass kettle?
A soft sponge and warm, soapy water are all that is needed for routine maintenance. But if you need to get rid of stubborn stains, vinegar and lemon juice are two chemical-free, safe solutions that can help you in making your favourite glass kettle look back like a new one.
Vinegar: Put two parts water and one part white vinegar in your kettle. Afterwards, bring to a boil after an hour of cooling. To get rid of the vinegary smell, discard the water and clean your kettle as usual.
Lemon juice – Pour juice from two large lemons into the clean water in your kettle. Bring the mixture to a boil, then let the lemon's acidity dissolve the limescale. Give this combination a few hours to rest for optimum results. Then, just wash your kettle with some warm, soapy water.
Check out our WMF glass kettles made of high-quality, heat resistant borosilicate glass SCHOTT DURAN for the most magnificent look in your kitchen and if you prefer something more retro check kettles offered by Smeg or KitchenAid.