Easiest Tips to Clean your dirty Chimney in your Modular Kitchen

Ever paid Rs. 5000 just to get your chimney cleaned? If yes then just imagine you could use that Rs.5000 to do something great like buying a pair of your favorite shoes or good company speakers. By just saving this money and not calling a professional instead cleaning the kitchen chimney yourself.

Hobs have nowadays given a new look to the kitchen and also have become a trend; in most of the Kitchen you will find a chimney because Indian food creates lots of fumes and smoke. Using the chimney is easy but cleaning it is quite difficult, every chimney needs to be cleaned in every two months. All the oil and smoke used to load up in the chimney block the chimney sometimes.

Most of the people are not able to clean their hobs hence they call a professional cleaner. But there is some person who likes to do it themselves so put up your sleeves and get ready to clean your chimneys. A hob primarily removes airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, heat, steam and any odors from the kitchen. It helps increase ventilation. The aluminum mesh grease filter should be washed once a month. Whereas baffle filters which are used by professionals can be used for a longer time.

DISHWASHING LIQUID

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Now in Indian houses where we cook food filled with spice and all, it’s always preferred to have a baffle type filter or a mesh type filter. There can be various models to purchase depending upon your kitchen size and requirement. Make sure that you use the dishwashing liquid to clean your chimneys because dishwashing liquid easily gets away with all the grease stains on the chimney.

It is very easy just take out the filters, apply the dishwashing liquid. In a bucket add boiling water and immerse the filters for 1-2 hours. After this scrub, your filter with a soft scrubber makes sure that there are no scratches and then cleans it properly. If you want, or if it is feasible you can even boil your filters for 30 minutes. Boiling will help you easily get rid of all the stains and grease. Most of the time boiling is not possible because filters do not easily fit in the pan.

BAKING SODA

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So the first way was to clean it with a dishwashing liquid if you do not have a dishwashing liquid you can also prefer to clean your stains with baking soda. Baking soda and lemon are mostly used together especially when it comes to kitchen work. It is said that being soda and lemon when used together removes most of the dark and aggressive stance. All you need to do is take a tub of highly boiling water. Add three spoons of baking soda, 2 tablespoons of vinegar, 3 tablespoons of salt and to lemon. Put the filters in the boiling water for around 1-2 hours and then scrub it properly; you can use a lemon to scrub your filters. After this watch them clean them and fit them properly into your chimneys.

VINEGAR

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It has citric acid and other essential elements that help in removing all the dirt and stains. Here it is widely used with baking soda. If you do not have a baking soda you can just use vinegar by adding lots and lots of vinegar in boiling water, and then immersing your chimney filters for around two hours in it. Remove it and clean it with clean water and you may see the difference.

THINNER

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Apart from this thinner is also used for cleaning filters, there is a substance that removes every stain very easily. A thinner is extremely strong in smell and work. This is easy, take a cloth and apply some thinner on it. Scrub your chimney filters with this cloth until an unless all these spots are removed. And then wash them with fresh water. It’s always better to keep your filters in sunlight after washing so that they get dry and as you all know that sunlight helps in killing all the bacteria and germs.

CAUSTIC SODA

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Use caustic soda for cleaning your kitchen chimney filters; it is a natural ingredient and can remove stains very easily. All you need to do is just take a tray and place the filters on it. Sprinkle some soda and add boiling water on top. Let it rest for 2-3 hours and wash it with running water. Again you can dry it in the sun and fix it in your chimney for use. Using caustic soda is a bit different from the others because when adding hot water it produces Fumes. Cover your nose and make sure that you do not inhale those fumes. At times excessive use or direct use can also burn your skin and hands. Do not touch the caustic soda with bare hands.

CONCLUSION

Hence these were some ways in which you can clean your chimney filters and make them strain-free. There can be some other methods and techniques that you might be using which are much more effective, but these are highly used and trusted. All of the methods mentioned above are cost-free and highly effective.

All of the material including baking soda vinegar, dishwashing liquid is all available in an Indian kitchen. You do not need to invest something further for washing your filters. It’s always prescribed do not use caustic soda unless dire importance and need because it damages your hands by causing burns and also your lungs if you inhale fumes. Keep your kitchen chimneys clean.

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