Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 05:40:44 AM. Range Hood. By Farago.
Excerpt from Maintaining and Cleaning Island Range Hood Liner :
So you have your new kitchen and after weeks of frustration, while waiting for the contractors to finish installing and connecting everything, not to mention the absolute boredom of having to eat take out, you are ready to cook. You go to your island range to cook up a storm, and turning on the island range hood - it quietly hums away while you cook up a storm. Once done you switch it off and as promised by the manufacturer, no smells, no excessive steam or too much heat. You could get used to this.
If you are a light cooker (anything more than pasta is a problem) then checking your filters once a month should suffice. However, when your cooking involves bacon and eggs, fried foods and such, it's best to check those filters and properly clean your range hood at least once a week. Clogged filters and soiled hoods can become breeding areas for all kinds of unwanted bacteria and germs. So don't turn your clean air solution into breeding pollution. Proper care of range hood liner will not only prevent this but also extend the hood's lifetime and provide great circulation and performance.
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