Cleaning your juicer properly

Do not wait for the rest of your fruit or vegetable pulp to decompose on the juicer, then you will wash it. In addition to unpleasant eye, this can also cause health problems because the remaining vegetables and fruits are left to be a place of growth of bacteria. Regular cleaning of juicers should be part of your cleaning routine. Even the best juicer machines for commercial juicing can’t be used if it’s too dirty.

Here are the steps to clean the juicer:

Unplug the juicer.

Remove fruit or vegetable pulp. Use a spatula to help remove it.

Remove the juicer component.

Rinse each component under running water.

Use a small brush or used toothbrush to clean the corners and juicer crevices.

To clean it thoroughly, fill the kitchen sink with warm water and add dish soap with a trusted brand. Remember, do not mix your juicer with other cutlery so your juicer does not contaminate the leftover food in your cutlery.

Soak each component for a few minutes, then wash with a brush, sponge, or soft cloth.

You should pay attention to the juicer strainer as this part can be quickly covered by juice pulp.

For dregs that have dried up, you can use more hot water or soap to shed juice.

Use a soft cloth or sponge moistened with water and quality dishwashing soap to clean the bottom of the juicer machine.

Although juice is designed to pass certain routes within the juicer, juice dregs can end up everywhere.

Do not forget, dry first all the parts before replacing. You can dry it with a clean towel or store it on the dryer rack.

Replace the juicer. And your juicer is ready to use.

Some of the following additional tips will also help you clean the juicer:

Always read the manufacturer’s cleaning guide included, including if you want to use a dishwasher to clean it. If you have doubts, it is better to wash them by hand.

If you use a juicer with a complicated model regularly even several times a day, of course, you will feel tired to clean it up. Therefore, before you buy a juicer, it helps you consider the recommended way of cleaning the manufacturer and how much time you will use.

Eula G. Snow

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