Bluestar broiler--Is this BS from the rep?
We went to the in-store meet with the rep to look at the 30" RNB. When we were talking, he told us there is a special feature on the Bluestar that helps to eliminate the smell and smoke and fumes from using the broiler. He said there is something in the back of the oven that is some sort of catalytic process (I believe) and removes all of these things rather than sending them out of the vent so in the kitchen we wouldn't be aware of the effects of the broiler cooking. We could, for example, put a steak in there and wouldn't have to worry about smelling up the kitchen as you typically would with broiling meat.
We don't see anything about this on the literature about the range. So, is this truth or BS?