How to Clean a T-Fal Smart Deep Fryer


The kitchen appliance company called T-Fal gets its name from the words "teflon" and "aluminum," the materials used to create its first product in 1954, a non-stick frying pan. Over the years, the company expanded its brand name to include other kitchen accessories, such as the deep fryer, which was introduced in 1987. The T-Fal Simply Smart Deep Fryer is just one of the several fryers in T-Fal's collection.

Things You'll Need

  • Sponge
  • Dish detergent
  • Dishwasher
  • Towel
  • Allow your T-Fal Smart Deep Fryer to cool completely before cleaning it. Due to the extremely hot temperatures reached during the frying process, cooling may take up to three hours.

  • Remove the filter cover and the charcoal filter from the lid of your T-Fal Smart fryer. These parts are similar to a kidney bean in shape and can be lifted right out of the lid. The filter cover and the filter itself may become damaged if they get wet.

  • Take the fryer lid off of the body of the fryer and remove the frying basket.

  • Moisten a sponge with water and dish detergent and wash the T-Fal Smart fryer lid and basket. The basket may be cleaned under running water or placed in a dishwasher. The lid should not be immersed in water. The body of the fryer may also be cleaned with a damp sponge.

  • Wipe down the fryer's lid and body with a damp sponge to remove soap residue.

  • Dry all the parts of the deep fryer thoroughly with a towel before reassembling the lid, filter and filter cover. Make sure the basket is dry before placing it back into the fryer.

Tips & Warnings

  • Clean your deep fryer with non-abrasive cleansers to avoid scratching the non-stick surfaces.

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