Choosing a Stove and Maintaining the Schweigen Rangehood That Complements It

Choosing a kitchen range model over another is quite tricky. There are many stoves out there! How the appliance will fit your needs, for example, is foremost in your mind! Convenience, design, and features are the three considerations also. It doesn’t stop there, as you know full well that you also need to pick a Schweigen Rangehood that will complement everything else.


A Word About Stoves


Stovetops, not mentioning their primary purpose, have been filling the kitchen elegantly in the last few years. Manufacturers have been busy coming up with various designs in stainless steel, glossy finish, as well as matte.


Cooking stoves can still be classified into three parts: gas, electricity and induction. With each of them having their pros and cons, you need to consider your convenience and choose the one that fits perfectly with your kitchen and personal style.


Space considerations are thought of first when purchasing accoutrements for the kitchen.


It is better to have an induction stove if you cook more and want to go for a smaller hob, as they heat up faster than the electric stove. Flat induction stoves are available these days, are easy to clean by wiping off spills and splatters.


How to Clean Your Schweigen Rangehood Vent





Very hot or boiling water

Degreasing Soap (Dawn works great)

Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)

Non-abrasive exfoliating brush

Paper towels or tea towels




  • Remove the filters or screen from the hood
  • Most filters should slide or pull easily out of the bottom of the hood. There should be a metal buckle that you could grab to push the screen and slide it.
  • Fill a bucket with boiling water.
  • Get your water as hot as possible –the hotter the water, the more effective it will be. The hot water from your tap might not even be warm enough. Boiling some water in an electric kettle might be the way to go.
  • Pour in the dish soap followed by the baking soda
  • Pour the right amount of degreasing dish soap and 1/4 cup of baking soda in warm water. Swish it around with a brush until the water is soapy; do not use your hand because it will be too hot!
  • Immerse the greasy filters in the water
  • Make sure that the filters are completely covered.
  • Let the filters soak for about 10 minutes.
  • Scrub the filters
  • Take a brush with soft bristles and scrub the filters. Rub additional dish soap to the brush if necessary.
  • Rinse the filters thoroughly with hot water and wipe then dry them with a paper towel or a clean cloth.
  • Replace the filters in the slot.


Nothing is better than cleaning the filters of your Schweigen Rangehood once a month for a good maintenance strategy. Keep up with it by marking your calendar or adding it to your Smartphone to-do list!