The dirt and grease in the grease filter of your extractor hood ensures that your extractor hood works less efficiently. To prevent this, you will have to clean the filters at least once every 2 months.
Use Elja Hood Degreaser diluted with a solution of 20cl in 5L water and spread it on the surface with a cloth and let it soak in for a while. Then, remove the contamination and rinse with clean water.
Hood filters can also be cleaned by immersing them in a solution of this product, the grease will dissolve on its own. Use 20cl on 5l water and let the filters soak for 30 minutes. Even the most greasy filters become super clean again so quickly and easily. Then rinse the filters well with warm water. Drain and dry the filters before putting them back in the cooker hood.
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