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Rangehoods are one of the most, if not the most, important appliance in your kitchen. It is there to protect your kitchen finishings as well as improve and keep the air in your home clean, making your cooking experience comfortable.
Your rangehood is there to soak up the grease and smells from cooking. It keeps your air clean by removing airborne grease, helps remove excess heat, steam and smoke while cooking and provides better kitchen lighting. Cook and live in comfort with clean rangehood filters.
For optimum performance of your rangehood, mesh filters should be cleaned every few weeks/months and replaced every 1-2 years (depending on usage). Carbon filters, on the other hand, need to be replaced every 3-4 months (or every 120 cooking hours).
See below for more information on how to select and replace your rangehood filters.
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Charcoal rangehood filters are used for ductless rangehoods. These are perfect appliances for apartments or other small accommodation, where ducting is not an option. The charcoal/ carbon filters work by collecting airborne grease, smoke and smells while cooking, and recirculating the fresh air back into the kitchen.
Ducted rangehoods use mesh filters, and have a filtration system that collects the grease, smoke and other particles through the duct to the outdoors. Removing the dirty air right out from the kitchen.
That is why replacing your charcoal rangehood filters every few months is so vital and important for the performance of your rangehood, in the same instance clean your mesh filters regularly.
Make cleaning and replacing your rangehood filters a habit, and your rangehood will love you for it.
Cleaning or changing your rangehood filters is essential to make sure your rangehood functions as expected.
Best way to clean your rangehood filter:
To replace your rangehood filters:
If your rangehood is not performing optimally, it could mean your filters are clogged or damaged. Make sure to clean your filters every few months, if not weeks depending on your rangehood usage. Selected rangehoods also have a warning light to prompt you to maintain your filters.
Your filters need cleaning or replacing if: