You are aware that household appliances (mostly) are not cleaned alone and that every now and then you need to give them a little review. In spite of that, it seems that they are always the big ones forgotten and you only remember when they are truly dirty.
The same is true of the filters in the kitchen screen, which you wait to see the droplets of fat on the glassware to realize that the time has come to clean it up.
It's not just a matter of cleaning. The good maintenance of the smoke extractor bell is fundamental to its proper functioning: it frees you from fumes, remove the steam from the cooking and prevent the smells from remaining on the food, mixing and ruining its taste.
Therefore, if it is not clean, the fat of the food is not absorbed and that gives rise to smells and smoke that expand throughout the kitchen or even the rest of the house if it is an open kitchen.
Remove the gas filters (it is often very easy to remove these meshes) and put them completely in a sweep with a mixture of hot water, bicarbonate and a few drops of vinegar or lemon juice. You can also use a few drops of greasy product if you prefer.
Let the filters rest for about 20 minutes for the fat to soften and then simply pass them under the tap with hot water and rub them again with soap and water using a brush or a brush to remove all the accumulated dirt.
Before you put the filters back in, it's very important that you let them drain and be completely dry.
If you clean them once or twice a month, it doesn't need to be such a thorough process. For easy maintenance every 2 weeks, and if your filters are suitable for the dishwasher, you can put them in as long as they Don't have much fat accumulated.
Once placed, Don't forget to give a review to the outside of the bulkhead.
Avoid products that damage the surface. The ideal is to use a wet cloth with water and some bicarbonate, which then needs to be dried.