How to clean a food processor perfectly
[the_ad id=”735″]Food processor users normally confront with the issue of clean-up properly to keep their food processors stay good for long. Nobody wants to spend a lot money on a good quality food processor and eventually ruin it by not cleaning properly. However, not all food processors have such a design that helps cleaning as easy as possible. It makes the cleaning job sometimes a pain.
In this article, we will find out how to clean a food processor properly. Before we go into the step-by-step guide, there a few things you need to notice about for the best result:- Always turn off the food processor, disconnect electricity by unplugging the machine. This is to make sure you don’t accidentally put it on during the clean-up and cutting yourself with the sharp blade.
Remember: safety first!-Even though some models are stated to be dishwasher-safe on the top rack, it is still recommended to wash by hands when possible. By doing that, you can lengthen the age of your food processors and keep food processors’ parts in good shape longer. Try to clean the food processor right away after using. Don’t wait too long before the food left-over gets sturdy and stuck into the food processor. Then it will be much harder to clean up. And now is the cleaning guide for food processors:
How to clean a food processor step by step-
Step 1: Dismantle the processor. First remove the work bowl from the processor by simply lifting off the motor, then take apart the blade. Also remove the processor’s lid and the feed tube where you push ingredients into the bowl. Try to do slowly and carefully with your fingers because blades are very sharp.
Step 2: Wash the removable parts if there are a lot of food pieces stuck in, rinse off with warm water. Then use liquid dish soap mixed with warm water, and soak them in for a few minutes. Avoid using scourer pad since it can scratch the bowl and the blade. Then wash off all the soap again with warm water and let them air dry as said above, some food processors provide dishwasher-safe bowls when you put on the top rack. However, for the blade, it is always required to wash by hands.
Step 3: Wipe the food processor body in this step, you just need to use a damp cloth because you wouldn’t want to get the water inside the motor base or the processor’s wiring. For a bit sturdy dirt, use baking soda for a better result without ruining the motor base.
Step 4: Re-assemble and use! So when everything has been cleaned well, wait for them to dry and simply re-assemble the food processor for the next time’s usage hopefully these upper easy steps are helpful in keeping your food processors clean and stay in good condition for long.
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