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1. Disassemble the mixer
The first step in cleaning your blender blades is to make sure the blender is de-energized and disassembled. This is very important as blender blades are often very sharp and safety is always a top priority. The removal method may vary by blender model, but generally, you'll need to remove the blender's jug or jar from the base. This ensures that you can access the blades more easily and perform a thorough cleaning.
2. Empty food leftovers
Once the blender blades are exposed, the next step is to pour out any leftover food or liquid in the blender. This can be done by gently inverting the blender. You can use a squeegee or wet wipe to remove residue, but be careful not to scratch the blade or scratch the inside of the container. Meticulous removal of residues ensures that it will not affect the next use of the blender.
3. Remove the blade
Next, if your blender model allows it, you'll need to remove the blade assembly from the blender. Usually, the blade is threaded on the bottom and can be turned counterclockwise and removed. This step allows you to clean the blade more thoroughly because you can dispose of it separately from the container.
Once you remove the blade, the soaking process can begin. Fill the space between the bottom of the blender or jar and the bottom of the blades with warm water and add a small amount of dish soap. Let it soak for about 15-30 minutes to soften the food residue. This step is very helpful as it makes cleaning food residues easier and prevents them from building up on the blade.
5. Clean with a brush
When soaking is complete, use a soft-bristled brush, such as a dish brush or an old toothbrush, to gently scrub the blades and the inside of the container. Make sure to clean the teeth and grooves of each blade carefully. This step may take some patience, especially if the food residue is difficult to remove. However, brushing is key to ensuring that the blades are thoroughly cleaned.
6. Rinse and wash thoroughly
After brushing the blades and container, rinse them well with clean water to make sure no dish soap remains. Check that the blades are clean and free of any residue. This step is very important, because the remaining dish soap or food residue may have a bad effect on the food to be used next time, and even affect the taste of the food.
7. Let dry
Allow the blade and container to dry completely before using, or dry with a clean kitchen towel. Make sure that no water droplets are left on the blade or container to prevent bacterial growth. If you are in a hurry to use the blender, dry the blades and container carefully with a clean paper towel.
8. Blender Reassembly
When both the blade and container are dry and clean, reassemble them into the blender. Make sure the blade is installed correctly and not loose or skewed to avoid noise or instability when in use.
9. Regular maintenance
To ensure that the blades stay sharp and your blender performs well, regular cleaning and maintenance are very important. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for regular replacement of blades or other parts. Please check your blender's owner's manual for more information on care and maintenance. Regular maintenance will extend the life of your mixer and ensure it is always in top working condition.