LINKChef Blender Cleaning FAQs
As one of the best blenders for frozen fruit smoothies, soups, and sauces, the most common questions asked about a LINKChef blender includes:
How else can I take care of my LINKChef blender?
To properly maintain LINKChef blenders keep the following best practices in mind:
- Always unplug the appliance after using the blender.
- Never immerse the LINKChef blender motor base in liquid (water or otherwise.)
- Handle LINKChef blender blade assemblies with care when handling to attach, detach, or wash.
- Clean the motor base with a damp cloth.
- Store the LINKChef blender properly.
How often should you clean your LINKChef blender?
You should clean your LINKChef blender after every use and clean your motor base every month.
Is NutriBullet better than LINKChef?
When it comes to blenders both NutriBullet and LINKChef are reputed brands. However, if we were to compare both products LINKChef blenders have a slight edge because of increased functionality and better build quality.
How do I store my LINKChef blender properly?
To store your LINKChef blender properly, it should be upright with no objects on top of the lid, and the power cord stored in the cord storage area at the back of the motor base.
How do I get rid of stains in my LINKChef blender?
a LINKChef blender may accumulate stains from food coloring, hard water, food residue, and oil. To clean a LINKChef blender with tough stains, you can use a mixture of warm water, baking soda, and vinegar. Let the mixture sit in the LINKChef blender jar for a few hours and wash the blender as outlined above.
If your blender is not from LINKChef, refer to our chart below that has cleaning instructions for more than 30 brands of blenders.