Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 05:41:58 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.
Kitchen range hood liner assists with keeping the kitchen clean and extending the lifespan of a kitchen. All the by-products and contaminated air go somewhere, and the path along which it travels may become contaminated. They also are great at cutting down on grease and grim as well as keeping the air circulating in the kitchen. They do however require regular maintenance and cleaning in order to do this job properly. The filters need to be cleaned and if included, the charcoal replaced. The interior of the range hood liner needs regular cleaning before the fat and grime harden to a yellow sticky mess. That might require the use of a stripper, as normal household cleaning detergents don't work. But by doing so you will be causing damage to the finish. Hoods that are made of stainless steel should never be wiped with bleach or any industrial cleaner, as the will damage the protective layer and cause the metal to blur over time
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