If you should search every kitchen in modern society you will be sure to find a blender. If you are one of those blender fancy people then your blend would play a very vital role in your everyday life especially when it comes to making a nutritious shake or a glass of refreshing fruit juice on a hot sunny day.
SURFACE WASHING? HMM, NOT GOOD
However, sometimes we tend to rush to clean our blender without cleaning it the proper way. This can make your blender carry a gunky odor and very soon green sediments will start to grow in the hidden areas.
This can be bad for your health!!! I am almost certain that no one wants to drink a cup full of gunk so let’s get your blender clean.
SEPARATE THE BLENDER INTO PARTS
The first step is to separate the top from the bottom which is the electrical section. Pull out the lid, that’s the cover, Now on the lid, there is another smaller lid in the center. Use your thumb to push this out away from you.
REMOVING SMALL PARTS
The second step is removing the rim. The rim is the other end of that entire area. Here is very important when cleaning your blender, as this is where all the hidden food is stored. Twist this area off and carefully remove the blades.
While doing this you will see a little rubber circle, put it away carefully.
WASHING THE PARTS
Use warm water and your favorite dish soap to wash all the separated areas. Use a toothbrush to get to the hard-to-reach areas.
Rinse also with warm water and place on a kitchen towel to drain. DO NOT DRY WITH A PAPER TOWEL. Drying with a paper towel may leave behind small pieces that may find their way shake in your the next time you blend.
THE ELECTRICAL AREA
This area should not be washed with water at any time at all if you are plan on having your blender use the next day. Washing this area will completely total your blender, so here is how to clean this area.
Using a clean cloth. Get it wet then ring it almost dry, dab a little dish soap onto it, and gently wipe in strokes.
USE A TOOTHBRUSH FOR HARD TO REACH AREAS
Use the same toothbrush to the area, which is right here. The toothbrush will remove any stuck-on food particles. Rinse the kitchen towel and give it another wipe this time try to remove all the soap.
Don’t forget the cord, wipe the cord to give it its finishing touch. A small cotton bud will work in place of a toothbrush. Cleaning your blender can be fun after all.
PUTTING BACK YOUR BLENDER TOGETHER
STEP ONE…This not complicated if you do it in reverse. Step one, replace the rubber circle. To do this the blender should be upside down.
STEP TWO… Ensure the blade is replaced securely, then screw on the rim tightly, making sure it’s not capped.
STEP THREE...Turn over and replace that centerpiece back into the center of the lid. Now, carefully place backs the entire blender together.
STEP FOUR… This is the step where you treat yourself to a glass of refreshing tropical punch and relax.
We hope that you find these tips helpful, see you soon.