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