How to clean a kitchen exhaust fan
- 1 For the mesh: If the exhaust fan includes mesh filters, remove them and pour boiling water through them.
- 2 For fan blades: Prepare a mix of water and soap or you can also add a mixture of 1/4 ammonia, 2 tbsp baking soda and 1 cup full of warm water.
- 3 To break down the grease:
- 4 Scrape it up:
- 5 Cut through the dirt:
How do you clean commercial kitchen exhaust?
While receptacles are soaking, scrub the exterior and interior of your commercial hood. Use an approved degreaser and a soft cloth. Use a soft cloth and degreaser to clean the blades of your fan. Cleaning the hood and fan can be meticulous work, so be prepared.
How do you get rid of sticky greasy residue?
Sprinkle baking soda on a damp sponge or non-abrasive scrubber and wipe down all greased surfaces. Follow with a clean, damp cloth to remove any baking powder residue. You can use baking soda to battle grease stains on many surfaces—even pots, pans and your sink drain.
How do you clean the inside of a range hood?
To clean the nastier underside of the hood, you need something with power (especially if you’re at plan-cancelling levels of grime). Use a degreaser (the Epi Test Kitchen swears by Mrs. Myers’ All-Purpose Cleaner). Spray and wait a couple of minutes minutes, then wipe with a wet sponge to remove the residue.
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