Hygena Metal Grease Cooker Hood Filter

Stock Number: ES1065593

Manufactured by Hygena

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Replacing your old clogged filter will ensure that your cooker hood is doing its best to keep the air in your kitchen grease-free.

  • 300 x 240 mm

This is a genuine Hygena Cooker Hood Filter and is suited to fit select models. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

Cooker hood filters and maintenance

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
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    The "Will it fit my appliance?" prompt ensures a like for like part is provided which is easy to install
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    Arrived the next day, very good service. I was out the first of the delivery, so DPD came back the next day, time I had arranged. I will use this site again.
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    The web site was so helpfull when looking for the product. After making my order I was amazed to have it delivered next day. Can't praise the service highly enough .

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  • Q Do you also use a paper or charcoal filter with a metal filter? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - London - 20 January 2014

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      You may use a charcoal filter if you are recirculating the air back into the kitchen to remove smells.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 January 2014

  • Q The FilterKleen used to wash this filter seems to be discontinued. Any advice on what product to use now? 1 Answer

    By Montysan - 17 November 2010

  • Q Can you wash these filters in a dishwaser? 1 Answer

    Especially as the filter cleaner mentioned in another question doesn't seem to be available any more.

    By Montysan - 16 November 2010

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      Hi Montysan, I wouldn't recommend washing the filter in the dishwasher; it won't clean the filter as thoroughly as doing it by hand will. Check out this video for a demo on cleaning a cooker hood filter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyMjNPVUN1I

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 17 November 2010

  • Q Can the filters be cleaned or washed? 1 Answer

    By hotscotmom - scotland - 29 September 2009

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      Hi Anon, Yes, you can! A lot of our customers use this product to clean their metal filter covers: http://www.espares.co.uk/part/cleaning-products/cooker-and-hob-cleaning/p/1422/0/0/0/510028/filterkleen-375ml.html You spray on and then rinse off. Make sure that they're completely dry before putting them back into the extractor fan.

      By Samara eSpares Staff - eSpares Towers - 27 November 2009

  • Q Will this fit my MFI cooker hood? 1 Answer

    My MFI cooker hood was purchased in 2001. I do not have any details of make or model. The grease filter looks very much like the one in your image, but I can't be sure if it will fit. My cooker hoods uses 2 of these filters side by side and each one measures 30cm x 24cm.

    By lcsh - Leeds - 15 July 2009

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      This sounds like the cooker hood I purchased from MFI some years ago. In fact on mine there is a Hygena label on the inside of the hood with this model number so it is in fact a Hygena hood. I bought a set of filters from MFI before they went bust and they look exactly like the ones in this picture. I only just found this website so that's why I haven't replied before.

      By scoopy - London - 08 October 2009