The bowls and vats of blenders or mixers can become clogged over time. To clean them thoroughly, there is a simple method.
More and more people have abandoned juices, smoothies, soups, and other industrial mixtures for homemade. All you need is a blender, soup maker or other suitable blender. Depending on the model, these are equipped with tanks or bowls made of glass or plastic. The defect of the latter is that they cannot always be put in the dishwasher. And regardless of how you wash them, residues, especially minerals, can be deposited.
To get rid of these residues, there is a method that essentially uses products that you always have on hand. As often, we will bet in particular on white vinegar and baking soda. Two substances that have proven themselves when it comes to household chores. You also need a generous amount of ice, regular dishwashing liquid and hot water.
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Rinse the tank well
Start by mixing baking soda with a little water. The goal is to obtain a batter that is liquid enough to spread on the sides of the bowl, but thick enough to stick to it. Let stand thirty minutes. Then add some hot water and some washing up liquid. Then clean with a dish brush or sponge. If the blades cannot be removed, cover them with a cloth to protect them during the operation.
Once the dough is removed, fill the bowl ice cubes and hot water with a little white vinegar. Then launch your device. Then rinse it until the water is completely transparent. This step is important to prevent an unpleasant aroma from permeating your next smoothie. If you don’t have ice, you can try letting the mixture of water, dish soap, and vinegar sit for several hours. Add a little lemon juice can also help remove traces of limescale.