One of the worst parts about baking and cooking is cleaning up after yourself. The advent of electrical, easy-to-operate and wash kitchen devices made it much easier to complete the job. Braun's line of 200-watt stick blenders are some of those devices, which in part have replaced the bulky traditional blenders that required time to assemble and clean.
Things You'll Need
- Dish or dishwasher soap
- Cleaning cloth
Turn off the blender and disconnect it from its power source.
Disassemble the Braun hand blender, removing the mixing end of the device. Pull the mixing end as you twist it off of the base of the unit to disassemble it. Be careful; the blade is sharp.
Put the disassemble parts in the dishwasher or soak them in your kitchen sink with hot water and dish soap. Do not soak the base of the unit or put it in to the dishwasher. Let the pieces dry before re-assembly.
Wipe the base of the blender with a damp cloth. Do not soak the base in water. Water will ruin the electrical mechanics inside the device.