Universal Cooker Hood Grease Filter

Stock Number: ES462032

Manufactured by Wpro

(This part fits select Bosch models)

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (229 customer reviews)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods with appropriate dimensions (please see the description)


Universal Cooker Hood Grease Filter

If you've found the grease filter for your cooker hood is in need of changing, maybe it's time for eSpares to help. This universal filter is suitable for most cooker hoods and easy to replace, leaving you comfortable in the knowledge that your home is as hygienic as possible.

  • Code: UGF005
  • Also Known As: Paper Filter
  • Replacement grease filter for most cookers
  • It is recommended that you change this filter as soon as it changes colour
  • Size: 470 x 970 mm
Cooker Hood Maintenance Tips
  1. Change your filters as soon as they have reached saturation. They will no longer be useful at this point.
  2. Duct the fumes to the outside air in the summer.
  3. Use the cooker hood in recirculating mode in the winter.

This will fit most cooker hoods with the dimensions given above. Part can be cut to size.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (229 customer reviews)
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    By - cornwall

    better than the 1 that came from new it was much better quality
  • It's a grease filter!

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    By - moon

    Don't know the quality until I have to change it duh.
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    By - West Yorkshire

    Very happy with the ordering,the delivery on time and it was as stated on the screen Could some thought be given to a small £5/6 item attracting a postal charge of £2/3 It would be cheaper to but at the local store

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  • Q Which way to fit? 2 Answers

    I have just purchased these filters. It says to fit with "Indicator Points Facing Downwards". This may be a silly question, but what are the indicator points?

    By roze - 05 August 2009

    • A
      The indicator points are the side with the printing on and go face down so that you can see them through the grill holes in your cooker hood. The printing will change colour with time and is therefore an "indicator" of grease saturation levels in the filter and when it requires relacement.

      By horleygirl - Surrey - 16 October 2009

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      printed on one side only. fit printed side down so it is visible when looking at hood

      By longlostpoet - nr Ipswich - 14 September 2009

  • Q hoe often do you replace 1 Answer

    By dai - pontypridd - 28 September 2011

    • A
      These cooker hood grease filters are complete with 'saturation indicators' which will change colour when they need to be replaced. The time between changes will be dependent on how often you use your cooker hood.

      By Caitlin eSpares Staff - 28 September 2011

  • Q Do i need grease filters i have metal mesh filters which can go in the dishwasher. I have a New world stainless steel chimney hood. 1 Answer

    By gillgws - Harrogate - 21 February 2011

  • Q What is the difference between a Carbon Filter & Grease Filter? 1 Answer

    By rikscha - 05 August 2010

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      You generaly have carbon filters on recycleing extractors as the are designed to neatralise the cooking smells and stop grease. where as a grease filter is fitted to cooker hoods that extract to outside where cooking smells are not a problem as they are pumped outside and all it needs to do is stop the grease from gumming up you fan.

      By Rob - Bracknell - 08 December 2010

  • Q Filter for Recirculating Hood 1 Answer

    I have a Homark recirculating cooker hood with carbon filter but recently condensation has started collecting and falling onto the hob and settling on surrounding tiles/cupboards etc. Should I replace the carbon filter with the grease filters or carry on with carbon filters? Thank you.

    By Auntielala - Brighton - 08 March 2009

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      Hi Auntielala, I would recommend you carry on with the carbon filters, as parts built specifically for certain models are always preferable to universal parts.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 29 April 2009