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# 177055 20-Jul-2015 18:24
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My google-fu is lacking tonight.

We have a Classique "Tilt-a-hood" Rangehood that was probably the original when our house was built in the 80's.

Anyway, I'm looking for a new filter for this thing but I cant find anything that looks remotely similar. Any ideas where I could get one - filter is the same as this one (picture from trademe).


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  # 1347926 20-Jul-2015 18:40
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Is it beyond cleaning? Usually using some sort of degreaser and then chucking in the dishwasher will relife them, they are usually a metal weave type construction so fairly robust

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  # 1347935 20-Jul-2015 18:58
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yep just pop it in a sink/bath, cover with really hot water (I use jug water to help get the temp up) and a heap of dish detergent.  Leave it for a half hour, agitate it, brush it clean, give it a good rinse out, then let it dry.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1347938 20-Jul-2015 19:06
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I can't have sent my post, my soak choice is white vinegar to cover the mesh, dump in  couple of spoons of baking soda, it will bubble, soak overnight. Then dishwasher, it should be like new.



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  # 1348151 21-Jul-2015 08:04
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Awesome, thanks for the advice guys. Yes it is the weave type mesh. I have cleaned it before but it was a ghastly job. I did read last night about the vinegar trick so might try that this time.

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  # 1348164 21-Jul-2015 08:32
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We had one exactly the same in a rental. Boiling water and laundry powder dealt to it.

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  # 1350639 23-Jul-2015 18:18
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Steel and vinegar do not mix. Aluminium no idea.

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  # 1351388 24-Jul-2015 22:41
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Place in sugar soap mix - 50mL per 1L of water. No scrubbing req'd.

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