How does Cohen thoroughly bathe the integrated sto

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The emergence of integrated stoves has greatly facilitated people's daily cooking and improved the environmental quality of users' homes. But like traditional stoves, integrated stoves need regular cleaning and maintenance. The structure of the integrated stove is relatively complex, and many users don't know where to start with the cleaning problem. Let's let the Simpson integrated stove tell you how to give your integrated stove a "bath" from inside to outside

1. Before cleaning the integrated environment-friendly stove, the gas valve must be cut off and the gas stove has been cooled. During the cleaning process, it is strictly forbidden to disassemble the safety device and air tight parts of the gas cooker to avoid damaging the security system and sealing system of the integrated cooker and affecting the use of the integrated cooker

2. Clean the pot rack of the integrated stove: use a soft brush to remove the dirt on the surface of the burner base, the surface of the ignition needle and the thermocouple protection needle. Avoid using granular detergent (decontamination powder), steel wool or knife to remove the stubborn stains left on the burner, otherwise, the ignition needle and thermocouple flameout protection needle may be damaged, resulting in the failure of the safety device of the integrated environmental protection stove or the wear of the surface of components, which directly affects the service life of the integrated stove

3. clean the fire hole of the burner fire cover: during use, if the flames are uneven or individual fire holes have no flames, the fire cover must be blocked. In such a case, the fire hole of the fire cover should be dredged and cleaned in time. After the burner is cooled, remove the fire cover in time and remove the dirt and carbon deposits in the fire hole with a steel needle. Do not wash the fire cover directly with water (because the blister will temporarily block the fire hole), and do not wipe the burner surface with a hard object, which will cause irreparable damage to the black surface enamel

4. Clean the surface of the integrated stove: clean and maintain the table with soft gauze and soapy water (or special detergent). Do not use granular detergent or steel wool to clean the table, which will cause scratches on the stainless steel surface and affect the beauty of the stove

5. Clean the oil smoke passage: after long-term use of the integrated stove, a large amount of dirt will accumulate on the surface of the oil smoke passage. Be sure to clean the oil smoke passage at intervals. To clean the oil smoke passage, use a suitable degreaser. Start the low gear of the range hood first, and then spray the degreaser to make it inhale into the range hood channel. The dirt will be decomposed by the inhaled degreaser and flow into the oil pan

6. Cleaning the interior of the integrated stove: it is not difficult to clean the interior of the integrated stove. Take the integrated stove of Simpson for example. The integrated stove of Simpson is equipped with a one button steam cleaning function. Pour some water into the water injection port, press the button, the high-temperature steam will dissolve the oil stain, the wind wheel will rotate, and the oil stain will be automatically brought into the oil collecting box. It will be completed automatically in ten minutes, cut off the power supply, and return you a clean and refreshing integrated stove. This steam cleaning function is completely different from the previous electric cleaning of range hoods. Many online comments say that the automatic cleaning of integrated stoves is dangerous, which is completely taken out of context. Please carefully identify the majority of consumers

7. Clean the interior of the integrated stove disinfection cabinet: wipe the accumulated water on the chassis and the dirt on the food rack in time, and maintain the disinfection cabinet regularly

8. The waste oil in the oil accumulation box must be cleaned every 1-3 months to avoid overflow caused by excessive waste oil





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