When cleaning your kitchen, your wooden range hood is one of the most important places to keep clean. It is an essential part of your kitchen, but it also plays a huge role in helping to support the air in your kitchen clean. Range hoods have a functional design to filter out toxic cooking fumes and help collect cooking grease, which means they are often one of the dirtiest spots in your kitchen. Wiping down your range hood after each meal is a great way to eliminate grease build-up on your hood, but you should also deep clean your range hood at least once a month.
Cleaning the outside of your range hood:
- Mix lukewarm water and a few drops of clear dish soap; you can use a bowl or a spray bottle.
- Dampen a microfiber cloth with your cleaning mixture and wipe down your hood from top to bottom. For tough grease stains, you may need more soap and water to remove them.
- Using a dry microfiber cloth, wipe down your hood, ensuring that your hood is completely dry.