By Farago. Range Hood. Published at Wednesday, July 04th, 2018 - 20:08:09 PM.
Range Hood Filter Cleaning Service - Cleaning your range hood is an important part of the kitchen cleanup. Range hoods remove grease, steam, and odors from cooking and in the process collect dirt that needs regular cleaning. Hoods need to be cleaned from grease buildup periodically to keep them working effectively and efficiently. Some hoods do not have outside vents and use replaceable charcoal filters to clean smoke and odors. Both vented and non-vented models have fans that draw the air inside which also require cleaning.
Range Hood Filter Cleaning Service - To clean your range hood, first turn off the power to the appliance. Wipe the exterior and interior of the range hood regularly. When you need to give it a thorough scrub, use a solution of hot water, dishwashing detergent, and ammonia to cut the grease. Do not use abrasive pads or scouring powders because they can scratch the finish. You can Wash the light bulb when it is cool with soap solution and then rinse and dry it to keep the light bright.
Range Hood Filter Cleaning Service - Fan Blades can get greasy which can restrict air flow, and cause motor over-heating and fire hazard. You need to wash the inside and outside of the hood with warm, soapy water often. After Rinse the hood and wipe it dry. Occasionally take the metal filter out of the hood and rinse it as well. Put the filter in warm, soapy water. Let it soak for a few minutes. Wash and rinse it. Dry the filter and put it back in the hood.
Range Hood Filter Cleaning Service - Some hoods have charcoal filters that cannot be cleaned because washing them will reduce their effectiveness. Instead, they should be replaced about once a year. Charcoal filters can be bought from any store that sells hoods. Always check manual directions for cleaning your hood and fan. If instead, you have electronic air cleaners in place of a ducted system, follow manual instructions for regular range hood filter cleaning service.
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