Cleaning a Cotton Candy Machine

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Before cleaning a cotton candy machine, make sure all of the switches are off and the machine is unplugged. Clean a cotton candy machine with tips from a party planner in this free video about party accessories.

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So, now that we've already made our cotton candy, we don't want to make any more, it's time to clean the machine out. But, in order to do that, we have to get rid of all the sugar. So, again come down here to your switches, and turn on the machine, turn on the, make sure the heat is on, and then turn the heat all the way to high, so it can spin out all the sugar inside the spinner head. And, then once it's all burned off, we'll be able to clean it, and if you have a lot of excess, you can go ahead and just keep making cones. But if you wait too long, it'll gather all around the spinner head, and that's never good. And, if it starts to collect on the spinner head, then go ahead and turn if off, because it's not going to come around the net, which is where you need it to make your cone. And, make sure it stops spinning before you touch it, because these, hold with your hand. And, make sure you give it a second to cool down, and never touch this area, because it will be really hot, and it could burn you. Now, you can clean off this center area, and then just turn it on again, so you can spin off all the sugar, and all this, that's caked on, right here. Once it gets hot enough, it will melt off, and spin around to the net. And that makes it, a lot easier to clean, because remember, you don't want to get that wet at all. So.


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