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About once a month, use a cotton swab or clean toothbrush to clean the vents on the stand mixer. These vents allow airflow to the motor and they are important for the best performance of your mixer. If a dry swab or brush isn’t enough to sweep away the dust, you can dip either into warm water with a bit of baking soda before scrubbing. If the build-up is hardened, you can always use a toothpick.
Make sure you dry your bowl and attachments thoroughly before returning them to storage. This will protect the pieces from water spots and prevent mildew.
Every 3-4 months use a dry toothbrush or specialty kitchen brush to clean debris around knobs on the mixer head. Once the dirt has been brushed away, use a damp cloth to wipe around the knobs.
Tilt the mixer head backward and clean the underside with a damp cloth. If there is caked-on food, use a dry toothbrush to scrape it away and wipe it again with the damp cloth. While the mixer head is tipped back use a cotton swab to clean the beater insert area. If that area seems especially dirty use a mild dishwashing liquid or baking soda solution on a few swabs to get it clean.
Never use spray cleaners or soaking-wet dishcloths to clean your mixer. Even small amounts of water can damage the motor inside the mixer’s head.
*These cleaning tips are general suggestions only. Please refer to your product manual for more information.