How To Clean A Professional Electric Slicer & Its Parts
Cleaning your slicer is an essential and daily step to keep your device in good working order and avoid the proliferation of microbes or bacteria. It will also clean between the different products you cut. Here’s how to proceed with the electric slicers of our range.
- Preparation Of The Machine
Before any operation on your electric slicer part, check that the power button is in the “OFF” position; turn off the power by unplugging the appliance from the electrical outlet. Once disconnected, set the blade position to 0 to prevent accidental shutdown. You can also equip with anti-cut gloves to handle it safely.
- Cleaning Fixed Elements
It’s an electrical device, it will not be immersed or put under water. If bits of food are present on the body of the slicer, remove them delicately. Use a soft damp cloth and a neutral detergent to wash the slicer parts of the frame and a non-abrasive degreaser. Some items may be removed for cleaning.
- Cleaning The Removable Elements
The electric slicers are equipped with removable elements: the blade guard, the tray and the partition. Attention these elements are often aluminum, do not put them especially in the dishwasher, they would black and marbled what is not reversible.
Disassembling The Board
Check that the slicer is off, place the tray towards you at the end of the race. Unscrew the latch handle completely. Once completely unscrewed, push the tray towards you until the stem under the knob is lodged in the hole of the slicer and allows to release the tray with a vertical movement. Take advantage of the operation to lubricate the sliding bars of the tray with a few drops of oil.
Disassembly Of The Slice Deflector
You can disassemble the slice deflector simply by loosening the screws that hold it.
Dismantling The Partition
Simply unscrew the knob on the back of the slicer completely.
- Cleaning The Blade
To clean the blade of your slicer, it is not necessary to disassemble it, you can completely clean it directly attached to its building. To do this, wear anti-cut gloves, remove the blade guard disc after loosening the knob on the back (doubly secured by a switch that cuts off the power supply), use a soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleaner and degreaser. Slide the cloth from the center of the blade outward, repeating the movement to cover the entire surface of the blade. Repeat the operation to clean the second side of the blade.
- Cleaning Grinding Wheels
A grinder is an extremely simple device. Its motor allows it to rotate the grinding wheels on each side so you can sharpen your sharp tools or glue small metal parts. There are also many ways to maintain and clean the grinder parts but the easiest way to clean the grinder wheels is to brush and degrease them with alcohol. Follow all these tips to clean your slicer parts definitely these will prove beneficial for long time.