Question about GE ZV750SY Kitchen Hood
My suggestion would be to get a good heavy-duty degreaser (Gunk Engine-Brite, maybe, from an auto parts place, or see what Home Depot has to offer) and put enough into a tub to cover the filters. Toss 'em in and let them soak. Then hose them off. Repeat this a couple of times with fresh degreaser and those filters should clean up pretty well. You might also try checking with appliance parts stores about some kind of disposable replacement, but using the permanent ones and using the degrease occasionally would probably be chaper in the long run.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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