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What can I use to clean/ degrease a cooker hood

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tiggles22 Mon 28-Nov-16 11:23:35

any suggestion it's stainless steel if that makes a difference

NanTheWiser Mon 28-Nov-16 12:08:01

Cif make a stainless steel spray - very good!

Tinkfromlovejoy Mon 28-Nov-16 12:09:21

Soapy water, rinse, dry, polish with glass cleaner.

spaceodyssey Mon 28-Nov-16 12:11:53

I use HG grease away for cleaning my cooker hood, this is seriously powerful stuff and will remove even the toughest grease stain.

HeyMacWey Mon 28-Nov-16 12:13:47

Aldi Orange kitchen spray works a treat on grease.

Beachcomber Mon 28-Nov-16 12:58:50

Soda crystals are great for anything greasy. They just sort of cut through / dissolve grease. And they don't create foam or need much rinsing. Great things.

LowDudgeon Mon 28-Nov-16 13:19:38

Method kitchen cleaner is brilliant at degreasing, smells lovely, no toxic chemicals & really nice to use.

m.tesco.com/h5/groceries/r/www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=274348440

notagiraffe Mon 28-Nov-16 23:00:03

Soda crystal solution with fairy liquid mixed in. It comes off immediately and smells fresh.

Kleptronic Mon 28-Nov-16 23:02:15

Sugar soap. Dirt cheap and works really well.

Andbabymakesthree Mon 28-Nov-16 23:03:42

Was going to suggest sugar soap too. I might do mibe tomorrow. And my cupboards. They are pretty disgusting!

wowfudge Tue 29-Nov-16 06:41:04

Are the filters metal? If so they may go in the dishwasher. Use sugar soap to clean the rest of it.

wishparry Tue 29-Nov-16 06:45:29

I use oven pride.I put all the racks in a bag with the solution,then what's left I normally rub the rest of the solution around the inside of the oven and cooker hood.i use warm soapy water to wash off.

specialsubject Wed 30-Nov-16 17:09:05

method contains quite a few toxic chemicals, like all cleaners. Be careful of greenwash!

having just had to clean up some serious skank, sugar soap is marvellous stuff and costs a pound a bottle. Don't drink it, it is also toxic.

for the metal filters - put in a plastic washing up bowl with soda crystals, cover with boiling water, leave for a few hours. Rinse and repeat. Only run through dishwasher at last stage as your dishwasher will end up really smelly otherwise.

LowDudgeon Wed 30-Nov-16 17:49:58

what are the toxic ingredients, specialsubject?

LowDudgeon Wed 30-Nov-16 17:53:08

these are what's listed:

Water,
<5% Non-Ionic Surfactants (Decyl Glucoside*, Laureth-7*),
Sodium Gluconate*,
Perfume (Limonene* : May produce an allergic reaction, Linalool*),
Sodium Carbonate*,
Citric Acid*,
Potassium Hydroxide*,
Colorant
*Denotes Plant or Mineral Origin

specialsubject Wed 30-Nov-16 19:45:56

all apart from water are toxic in sufficient quantities. And of course the old dihydrogen monoxide is the most dangerous chemical about. At least you can drink that though.

I really can't stand eco babble, especially on over-priced products in plastic bottles. All the plain pack stuff - soda crystals, bicarb and vinegar does a good job without wasteful stinks added.

and is all toxic.

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Wed 30-Nov-16 19:47:26

Best thing in the world is a steam cleaner. Amazing results, no grease sticking and no wrecked hands from sugar soap. Mine was about £20 in B&M. Also used to clean the bathroom and rest of the kitchen.

LowDudgeon Wed 30-Nov-16 19:54:51

Ah - that kind of toxic. Weak argument!

(And of course dihydrogen monoxide is also toxic if infested in sufficient quantities... )

I'll be carrying on using method - it's effective, non-toxic in the quantities included, easy to clean up when it's done its job, & smells lovely (unlike other commercial cleaners I've used in the past)

LowDudgeon Wed 30-Nov-16 19:55:39

ingested!

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