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What does a rangehood cleaning service include?
You can hire a rangehood cleaner to do a basic filter clean or full maintenance, including the body, duct, and even changing the light. Here are the steps involved in a rangehood cleaning service:
Step 1: Rangehood filter cleaning
Rangehood filters fill up with grease fast, so most need cleaning every month or so (depending on how often you cook). Your cleaner will start by removing your rangehood filters from the hood. They’ll fill your sink with hot water and detergent, then soak your filters for 10-15 minutes to dissolve built-up grease. They’ll use a scrubbing brush to help dislodge the grease before rinsing with clean hot water and leaving them to dry.
Step 2: Rangehood body cleaning
Next, your cleaner will focus on the body of your rangehood. They’ll turn off the mains switch for safety before they get to work. They’ll choose a cleanser that’s suitable for the materials - either an all-purpose cleaner, warm soapy water, or special copper cleaner. Next, they’ll wipe down the external surfaces to remove grease before drying with a cloth. They may start by boiling a pot of water underneath to create steam and loosen up the grease to clean the inside. Next, they’ll wipe the inside clean. If it’s been a while since the last clean, they may use a stronger chemical to help break down the grime, but otherwise, they’ll stick to soapy water or an all-purpose cleaner. After all the internal surfaces are clean, they’ll wipe down with a damp cloth to remove any chemicals before drying with a cloth or paper towel.
Step 3: Rangehood duct cleaning
If you have a duct that vents your cooking gases outside, this will occasionally need maintaining, as well. Your range hood cleaner will clean the outside of your rangehood duct. But if the inside surfaces of your duct need cleaning, you’ll need to hire a specialist duct cleaner who will be able to access and clean all the parts needed safely.
Step 4: Globe replacement & reassembly
If one or more of your rangehood globes has blown, your cleaner can replace the bulb as part of the service. They’ll remove the old lamp before replacing it with a new one. In some cases, there may be a seal that comes with the bulb - they’ll ensure this is installed, as well. Once they’re finished cleaning and servicing your rangehood, your cleaner will put everything back together. They’ll re-fit your clean and dry filters, matching up the clips with the holes inside the body and drawer of your rangehood. They’ll ensure everything is fitted securely before switching on the mains power again and testing that it all works perfectly.