Best way to clean blender pitchers?

Clean blender pitchers are important in so many ways.

Blender pitchers with non removable blades.

 

One piece blender pitchers, blenders with non removable blades, are generally seen as more difficult to clean. However, it really depends what you blend with your blender, and if you clean them straight after using them. If you only occasionally make for example peanut butter then this might not be too much of a concern for you. By the way most of the powerful blenders usually come with one piece blender pitchers.

 

If the blender’s pitcher is wide enough it is fairly easy to reach the bottom with a brush or by hand with a sponge. Narrow blender pitchers might be a bit more cumbersome to clean only by hand.

 

If you did use your blender to make peanut butter or you did clean it straight after its use, try the following before attempting to clean your blender’s pitcher by hand. Fill your blender’s pitcher ¼ full with warm water, add a few drops of detergent, place back onto the blender base, place the lid back on, and start your blender and run for about 30 seconds. This will pull off any if not all parts sticking to the walls of the pitcher. All you then need to do is rinse your pitcher and maybe wipe out before it is ready to perform the next task for you.

 

 

Blender pitchers with removable blades.

 

Blender pitchers that have removable blades do not need to always be taken apart to be cleaned after every use. It really depends what you blend with your blender, and if you clean them straight after using them. If you make for example a nut butter then it would be advisable to do so.

 

In general you can follow the same cleaning process as pitchers with non removable blades. Fill your blender’s pitcher ¼ full with warm water, add a few drops of detergent, place back onto the blender base, place the lid back on, and start your blender and run for about 30 seconds. This will pull off any if not all parts sticking to the walls of the pitcher. All you then need to do is rinse your pitcher and maybe wipe out before it is ready to perform the next task for you.

 

Do NOT clean your blender’s pitcher while it is on the blender’s base, especially if the power cord is still plugged in.

 

 

Placing your blender pitcher in the dishwasher.

 

First make sure your blender’s pitcher is dishwater safe. If you have a blender pitcher with removable blades dissemble it and place everything besides the rubber ring in the dishwasher. The rubber ring you will have to clean under running water in your sink and dry off with a towel.

 

When the dishwasher is done and all pieces are completely dry reassemble everything as per your blender’s instruction manual.

 

Best Blenders recommends cleaning your blender’s pitcher by hand. By doing so it will extend the life of your product and get better cleaned this way too. If you do find that over time the rubber ring stops fitting as well and the pitcher starts to leak, which is very common after a certain period of time, you can purchase a new rubber ring from the manufacturer.

 

If you have a blender pitcher with non removable blades place it in the bottom tray of the dishwasher face down, and make sure it can't tip over. Otherwise place on the upper rack. Best is to rinse prior.

 

 

 

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