5 Ways To Take Care Of Blender In The Kitchen

by Alberta Brown

How to take care of the blender you're doing at home? Blender is one of the necessary electronic items in the kitchen. Having the main function to soften a variety of foodstuffs, blender is really indispensable. No doubt, expensive price isn't an obstacle to having a blender.


Instead of enduring and consuming you in the kitchen, a variety of problems with blender are popping up. The remaining crust of foodstuffs stuck to the corner of the blender tube, the cracked tube blender, the heavy blade movement when spinning, the sharpness of the blender blade decreased, until the motor of the knife blender was broken.

This problem can be avoided by diligently cleaning and treating the blender appropriately. This is important if you are using a blender every day. Calm, how to take care of the blender is not as complex as you imagine.

See how to take care of the blender easily from the process of using it, clean it up, and keep it the following.

1. The size of the food ingredients are mashed


Note the size of the groceries to be inserted into the blender. Cut small groceries like vegetables, fruit, and other foodstuffs. If you want to put ice cubes, you should destroy them into debris. The benefit of small cuts in foodstuffs is that it makes it easy to make knife blender work optimally.

If the knife blender sounds heavy spinning while working, it becomes one of the signs that the material pieces are not yet in accordance with the performance of the knife. In addition, add fluids in the form of water, milk, or oil to facilitate the process of smoothing.

2. How to treat the blender in two stages

The remaining food ingredients left in the corner or the blender knife will gradually become the crust. The Blender will look dirty, leaving the aroma less appetizing, reducing the sharpness of the blade.

Then you can clean the blender in two easy ways. First, once you're done using it, pour warm water into the blender. Close the meeting and rotate for 30 seconds. This process is intended to clean the remnants of food ingredients that are left inside.

Second, pour the dishwashing fluid into the sponge and clean the body of the blender, the blade, and then close. It doesn't hurt you use a cleaning fluid that chooses a low pH, so that the blade is not easily rusty. Rinse thoroughly and dry with clean cloth. Oh Yes, it is not advisable to clean the blender with a dishwasher because it is potentially damaging the knife and its blade.

3. Save the blender with a closed position in the dry place

After the clean wash the blender, dry with the dried wipes and save with a closed position so that dust and dirt are not easy to enter. Can imagine if dust and dirt accumulate in the knife, right? Not impossible, the knife will be easily blunt. Also, save the blender in a dry place. Damp or wet room will facilitate bacteria, dirt, and dust sticking.

4. Use blender according to the capacity


Try to fill the blender does not exceed capacity, for example half tube. Filling the blender until full will only make the machine hot because it works too hard. Especially if the ingredients are inserted with solid categories such as minced beef, boiled potatoes, or mango fruit.

If you need large portions, do a few times to lighten the engine workload and the knife. Another tip that can relieve the work of the knife in smoothing solid food material is to add fluid to it.

5. Don’t turn on the blender machine for too long

How long is the maximum use of blender in one application? Generally, it can be switched between 10-30 minutes depending on brand and quality. Too long on, then the blender machine is at risk of heat so quickly damaged.

Before practicing it at home, you should first read the clue book. Every blender brand sometimes has different characteristics.

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    my bioAlberta Brown. My first interest is photography, cooking, sports, and the travel and lifestyle elements of those endeavors followed in suit. I am fascinated with capturing subtle moments within broader experiences. I think that there is a simple magic in portraying the current emotions of subject or encompassing the sheer magnitude of a landscape within a single frame.