How to clean cooker extractor fans?

(8 Posts)
krisskross Thu 21-May-15 09:34:00

I've tried hot soapy water and put them in the dishwasher and also dettol spray, but they still look and smell greasy blush

What can I do?

Sgtmajormummy Thu 21-May-15 11:27:23

Stardrops from Wilko? It's cheap and great for a variety of jobs with different levels of dilution. i'd spray on a 50/50 solution and leave for an hour, then into the dishwasher.
HTH

krisskross Thu 21-May-15 12:28:10

Ooohhh thank you....what is it and whereabouts in wilko would I find it?

Thanks

QuiteQuietly Thu 21-May-15 12:44:32

No dishwasher here, so I soaked ours in the bath in a solution of hot water and soda crystals (found in laundry product aisle). It was horridly fascinating watching the globs of fat rising to the surface of the water. I rinsed them off with the shower and then soaked again in clean solution.

krisskross Thu 21-May-15 13:05:30

Thanks quietly, think we might have soda crystals so I'll try that, thanks

Sgtmajormummy Thu 21-May-15 13:51:58

Here you go. Tesco sell it too.

krisskross Thu 21-May-15 17:40:28

Excellent thanks Sgt major

krisskross Sat 23-May-15 15:21:33

A biiiig thank you to quite quietly..... They are clean thanks to soda crystals!!! No scrubbing needed!

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