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How to Clean and Care for Your Wolf Appliances – Part 1 Wolf Ranges

Written by Appliance Dude | January 6th, 2011

You invested in a Wolf appliance, be it a Wolf range, Wolf rangetop, Wolf cooktop or Wolf oven, so now you need to make sure you protect your
investment by taking meticulous care of it. I am constantly asked about how to care for these products so please use the following multi-part article as your
guide. I will break it down by Wolf product, starting with the vaunted Wolf range.

Wolf Ranges

Exterior stainless steel – use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner such as Signature Polish.
KEY TIP – Always apply in the same direction as the grain

Burner grates – use a mild detergent, paste of baking soda and water, or a MILD abrasive cleaner.
KEY TIPS – Remove grates from burners and clean on flat surface near sink, DO NOT immerse in water – towel dry, use a multipurpose NO SCRATCH Scotchbrite pad.

Griddle – While surface is warm, poor water on so that it bubbles like a deglazing pan. Use a metal spatula and scrape grease into the drain hole. When surface has cooled, wipe it with a paper towel to remove excess grease or oil.

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  1. Nancy L. Waite says:

    My wolf stove is a year old. The grates look like there old. Stove is not easy to clean. Ths was my dream stove for my new kitchen. My budget was around this stove. Cooks great cleaning awful,on sides of top there is a strip maybe copper on each side,that has changed color. Looking to see if anyone has this problem Thank you

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