How to clean your kitchen extractor?

How to clean your kitchen extractor?If you want to have a spotless kitchen, then you should not skip a single detail when you clean it. Do you pay enough attention to the kitchen extractor? Well, if not, then it is high time for you to do that. Generally, there are two kinds of extractor fans – flat and chimney-style. Check out our useful pieces of advice:

  • Replacing the grease filter of a flat kitchen extractor – these filters are originally made of paper. You can buy them from your nearest supermarket. Cut the filter until you get the proper size. Then you have to remove the casing – read the instruction manual to be aware how to do it. Replacing the filter must be done between every three months to a year. It depends on the type and the amount of food cooked.
  • The next step is cleaning your extractor cover. Take it off and put it into a solution of boiling water and a bicarbonate of soda paste or soda crystals. You can also use washing powder. It is important to test the mixture on a small area of the cover before you apply it on the surface. This way you will be sure that you won’t damage it. You should do this test every time you try out new cleansers when you run domestic cleaning Chiswick at home. After you are done, wipe the cover with a micro fibre cloth and polish it.
  • If you have a chimney-style extractor, then you have to clean regularly the aluminum mesh inside the casing. The mesh is easily removed, so you are not going to have any issues with that. Sanitise it in the sink with some boiling water and washing liquid. If the grime and the grease are more serious, then you can put the mesh in the dishwasher. Make sure you rinse it with water thoroughly after the disinfecting and then pat dry.
  • Some extractors have a circular odor filter. Cleaning them is not an option. All you can do is replace them. If you decide to do it, your local end of tenancy cleaners Croydon advise you to call the manufacturer. Replacing the filters should be done annually.

Start sanitising the hood part of the extractor on a weekly basis! After all, cleaning your kitchen extractor is essential in order to prolong its life!


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