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post #1 of Old 06-28-2013, 04:48 AM Thread Starter
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Cleaning Electric Chimney

Electric chimneys make our kitchens look better,but cleaning is a stressful job.Knowing the type of filter installed in the chimney may help you get the work done faster and a lot better.The various type of filters are:
1)Baffle Filter-It helps to absorb more oil during cooking.Here the filter can be removed and washed with a soft detergent.
2)Grease mesh Filter-This type of mesh filter can easily be separated and washed under running water.A very mild detergent can also be used to make it completely grease free.
3)Charcoal filter-There are no options for cleaning charcoal filters.The filters have to be removed every 3-6 months.
But now-a-days auto clean options are also available in electric chimneys.
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Good tips on keeping the kitchen electric chimney clean for number of years, though there are quite a few solutions available in the market claiming to clean chimney quickest, but i would recommended to use Janitorial cleaning products to take out any stain or oil/grease problem without much trouble.
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For stubborn grime, make a thick paste of baking soda and water. Wet a cloth in hot, soapy water and dip it in the baking soda paste and use this to scrub out the grime. Scrub the grime in a circular motion. Wipe off the grime that is removed. Rinse the cloth in hot, soapy water and repeat the process until all traces of grime build up is gone. Rinse the cloth and wash the stove hood with hot, soapy water to remove the traces of baking soda paste. You can use the degreaser again as needed.This is one of the simplest way to do it .
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What is an electric chimney?
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Cleaning your chimney regularly is the best way to prevent chimney-related problems. Wear a pair of protective glass, safety gloves, and a full-faced mask while cleaning. If you are not sure about the cleaning process, take help from a professional.
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Are there any chimneys available for gas chambers ?
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If someone could invent a product to catch the grease without having to clean the vents they'd make a fortune. (gimmie 10% )
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post #8 of Old 08-13-2014, 06:49 AM
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Great thought, it surely will help out many home owners out there. Just yesterday my neighbor was asking for some advice.Much obliged.
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post #9 of Old 09-04-2014, 02:26 AM
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Thanks for sharing the tips for clean electric chimney.
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Thank you*informed me.
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post #11 of Old 09-04-2015, 12:59 AM
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Thanks for sharing useful tips to clean your kitchen chimney.It is important to clean your chimney on regular basis to keep it problem free.
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Thank you for this information. It will help me.
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post #13 of Old 12-22-2015, 05:09 AM
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What is the actual working of electric chimney?
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