HOW TO CLEAN A CREAM WHIPPER

With cream whipper models that are made from stainless steel, the bottle and head are usually dishwasher safe. Read the information supplied with your whipper. Otherwise they will need to be hand-cleaned, see below for a cleaning guide

  1. Unscrew the head from the bottle
    Please note: you should not try to unscrew the head whilst the dispenser is charged with nitrous oxide. Any extra gas that remains in the bottle should be released by pressing the lever
  2. Next unscrew the nozzle, the protective cap and charger holder and leave to one side
  3. If there is a separate metal base, remove it
  4. Turn over the dispenser and take out the flat gasket ring from inside the head
  1. Push the pressure valve stick down where it can be fully removed
  2. Use a soft sponge or cloth with warm, soapy water and gently scrub the parts until clean
  3. Take care to clean the pressure valve thoroughly, removing any trace of leftover cream or particles
  4. If you are storing your whipper in the fridge overnight, then the nozzle will need to be removed and rinsed out
  5. Allow the cream whipper bottle to air dry before reassembling the parts as the most hygienic practice
  6. Use a soft sponge or cloth with warm, soapy water and gently scrub the parts until clean
  7. Take care to clean the pressure valve thoroughly, removing any trace of leftover cream or particles
  8. If you are storing your whipper in the fridge overnight, then the nozzle will need to be removed and rinsed out
  9. Allow the cream whipper bottle to air dry before reassembling the parts as the most hygienic practice

Safety First

When cleaning, protect yourself and your cream whipper by observing the following:

  • Do not try to remove or scrub the small gaskets on the pressure valve stick too harshly, as this can cause damage
  • Do not use stainless steel cleaners or any other abrasive cleaning chemicals on your cream whipper
  • Do not remove the pressure valve stick while the bottle is still charged with the nitrous oxide

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