Cleaning the kitchen extractor

Cleaning the kitchen extractor

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We often strive to make the countertop, the hob or the battery look like new after each meal. And yet we forget the fume hood. That place that accumulates more fat throughout the kitchen and which few remember.

Well, to avoid getting stuck to it every time we try to pass the cloth, perform a thorough disinfectant and degreasing cleaning from time to time is not bad. And it is not difficult. Next we tell you how to do it.

To do this you will need a large pot in which to put the filter, hot water and half a cup of baking soda.

Boil the water in the pot and add the baking soda little by little. And we say little by little about the effervescence it produces in hot water, so be careful.

When everything is added, include the filter. You will see how all the water is gradually filled with fat.

To make the cleaning even deeper you can add a few drops of white vinegar and a little liquid soap.

The before and after this process is absolutely fascinating. You can have another pot prepared with clean water to remove soap and debris after cleaning. Let air dry and perfect with absorbent paper. Ready!