best advice on household cleaning - Juicer and blender have to be cleaned as you go along although it is not the most pleasant task

How to clean the juicer and blender

If you love homemade juices, squeezed from fresh fruit, if you cannot go without a blender in the kitchen because it allows you to prepare not only excellent smoothies, but also soups, or pancake batter, you know perfectly well that this type of equipment needs to be washed immediately after use . Doing it this way, saves a lot of time and nerves. Because cleaning the dried out food out of the blender or a juicer is a real challenge. We give you some of the best  household cleaning tips on how to clean a blender and juicers.

Accessories needed to clean the juicer and blender

To thoroughly clean the juicer or blender and to remove all leftovers sat in recesses, you will need a lemon, a little bit of oil, old toothbrush, sponge, dish washing liquid and a microfiber cloth.

Cleaning the juicer and blender

Take the equipment apart so all of the individual components can be easily cleaned. Discard all the food that you can remove with your hand. Wash plastic parts with water and dishwashing liquid. If you wash your equipment immediately after use, it will not take you long. On the other hand if everything on top of the machine had the time to dry out, soak the cloth in the soapy water and wipe the blender or juicer several times.

Why use lemon and oil?

If the casing is particularly sticky, which can happen when juicing sweet fruit, or blending a pancake batter, you should wipe the surface with a slice of lemon and then dry it with a microfiber cloth. The equipment will be as good as new.

In turn, any discoloration appearing on the juicer, can be removed by rubbing a small amount of edible oil in the cover. Of course, use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the plastic.

Cleaning the blades of the blender and sieves in a juicer

And finally, what causes the most problems - thorough cleaning of the blender blades or a sieve in the juicer. Here a toothbrush will help, which will allow you to effectively remove all the food particles from the places that are hard to reach. Larger remnants should be removed by a dry brush and the finer remnants removed with a wet brush. You can also remove any remaining food pieces with a brush dipped in water with washing-up liquid.


Author: Bien Magazine

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