One of the reasons you bought your Ninja blender was because it was advertised as “easy to clean” and it really is. All you have to do is unscrew the canister and pop it and the blades in your dishwasher. It really doesn’t get any easier than that. The only problem with cleaning a Ninja blender in the dishwasher is the simple fact that most of us don’t use our dishwashers daily.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to resort to only using your blender right before you start the dishwasher, a Ninja blender is still easy to clean without any mechanical help. We’ll show you how to clean a Ninja blender in just a couple of minutes without getting your hands dirty.
Ninja Blender Cleaning
Cleaning a Ninja blender is quick and easy, and you won’t even have to take it apart with these following steps.
- Fill the blender with about 8oz. of water after using it. Hit the “pulse” button a couple of times, and then drain the liquid. Simply repeat this process again once more. This will get most of the leftover pieces of food out of the canister.
- After you’ve drained the blender twice, go ahead and refill it one more time with water. Now you’re going to add a couple drops of dishwashing detergent and a cup of ice cubes. Alternate between “pulse” and “blend” until the ice is completely crushed.
- Now all you have to do is empty the blender’s canister and rinse the residual soapy residue out.
That’s it. In three quick and simple steps you’ve just cleaned your Ninja blender in less than three minutes. Cleaning a Ninja blender is quick and easy, whether you stick it in the dishwasher or clean it on your countertop it is always ready to use again and help keep you on track with all of your healthy lifestyle goals.
I’m a single mother who’s constantly looking for ways to make my life easier in the kitchen. I love entertaining and trying new recipes, without having to spend a lot of time on them. I spend most of my time outdoors in my garden, and with my dog Cooper. I love making healthy smoothies and fun frozen drinks at home, which is why I decided to start this page about blenders. During the long, hot summer months in Texas frozen drinks are a daily treat, and finding a way to make it easier has become a passion of mine.
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