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TOPIC: Food Processor Safety Tips

Food Processor Safety Tips 02 Apr 2017 11:52 #216

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A food processor is an electrical home appliance that runs with fast moving and sharp blades and discs. Like other electrical equipment, a food processor must always be handled with care. Follow these safety ideas to safeguard you and your family from misuse and harm.

The home appliance's blades and discs run and move at high speeds. Make certain your hands and kitchen area utensils, like spatulas or wood spoons, are avoided the moving blades and discs when processing food. Only insert your hands or kitchen area utensils into the food mill after the maker is off and unplugged.

As mentioned, the blades and discs are very sharp and need to be handled and kept carefully. When connecting the motor shaft or stem to the processing unit, constantly position the blades and discs on flat, steady surface areas to minimize potential contact with them.

Make certain the work bowl is safely locked prior to placing blades or discs on the motor shaft.

Never ever put food or other active ingredients into the work bowl until the blades and discs are securely in location.

Always use the pusher or food plunger to move food into the bowl and into the spinning blades or discs. Never put your fingers into the feed tube or work bowl while it is in operation.

Ensure the blade or disc has actually stopped spinning before you get rid of the cover from the work bowl.

Make sure the processor is turned off and unplugged from the electric outlet prior to eliminating food, altering parts or cleaning it.

After your food processing is done, first remove the work bowl from the processor's base prior to eliminating any blades or discs.

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