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How to Clean and Wash a Multi Cooker


Considering the countless meals you can make and all the benefits you get out of it, your multi cooker sure deserves a good cleaning from time to time. Here's a handy step-by-step guide on how you can work your way through each essential component in a breeze.

1. Precautions - Do's and Don'ts

DON'T:

  • Wash the unit under running water or immerse the housing in water. Apart from hazardous risks, small parts may fall or get lost into the drain pipe.
  • Use abrasive substances such as steel wool or wire brush, other rough materials or strong chemicals. Hard coatings and harsh formulations will only do more harm than good.

DO:

  • Disconnect the appliance from the power source. Accidental switching to on during cleaning may lead to serious damage and device breakage.
  • Ensure that the unit has completely cooled off prior to cleaning. Observe this preventative measure to avoid compromising your safety.
  • Use a soft cloth or sponge that's slightly damp (not wet) with water. You may opt to use a mild cleanser for cleaning the multicooker.

2. Cleaning the Housing

Gently clean and go over the entire housing with a damp cloth or sponge. Wipe the surface dry afterwards to avoid stains.

3. Cleaning the Bowl

The multi cooker bowl can be washed manually as you would the dishes, or simply placed in a dishwasher. Wipe the bowl's exterior before putting it back into the working chamber.

4. Condensation-Collecting Container

Carefully detach the container from the housing by pulling it downwards. Pour any accumulated liquid down the sink, then affix again onto its slot.

5. Steam Valve

The steam valve is situated in a hole on the upper lid of the multi cooker. To remove the two-part steam valve, remove the switch from the outside by pulling it upwards, then unwind its protective casing right on top. Carefully remove the rubber at the bottom if necessary. Rinse both parts under warm water. Twist the valve casing back into place then slightly press the component switch inside the hole to refasten to the multi cooker's lid.

6. Lock Valve

Wipe off impurities in the lock valve using a soft kitchen cloth or damp sponge.

7. Cleaning the Lid

Inner Lid. Hold the main lid and carefully separate the inner lid from the pin. Wipe both surfaces with a damp cloth. Note: The inner lid is not dishwasher safe. Wash it with mild soap and rinse under running water only when necessary.

Main Lid. For models with detachable lids, unscrew the nut to separate from the unit then wash the lid as you would your dishes. Fasten back to your multi-cooker by aligning the lid's centre with the screw link mechanism and fixing the nut tightly in place.

8. Sealing Ring

To clean the sealing ring, remove it from the main lid. Rinse under warm water and let dry before putting back in its position.

9. Working Chamber

Though the working chamber typically won't get really dirty, the side-walls and the heating element's surface may be cleaned with a damp (not wet) cloth as part of routine maintenance.

10. Secure All Parts

Before plugging and reusing your all-purpose multi cooker, make certain that the housing and all removable parts are completely dry and securely fastened.

Now your multi cooker should be sparkling clean and in top shape. Cleaning is fast and easy with a REDMOND! Knowing the proper steps to wash and care for the ultimate kitchen appliance goes a long way with such a valuable investment.

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