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How do you remove the inside of a rice cooker lid?

Last Updated: 17th May, 2021

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Most rice cookers have lids that can detach. If this is the case with your model, carefully detach the lid and wash it in warm soapy water. If your model doesn't have a detachable lid, take a soft sponge, dip it in soapy water and wipe down the lid. Be sure to remove any stains and residue.

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Just so, can you wash the inside of a rice cooker?

Clean your rice cooker after every use to prevent stuck-on food and hard-to-remove stains. Unplug and disassemble your cooker to clean the parts individually. Removable parts – such as inner pots and detachable lids – are usually dishwasher-safe, or can be hand washed with a mild detergent.

Similarly, how do I clean my electric cooker? Soak a cloth in warm, soapy water and lay it over any burnt on patches until it wipes off. Wipe the whole hob down with a clean cloth and anti-bacterial spray. Use the toothbrush to scrub dirt from the gap between the hob and your work top.

Considering this, how do I get rid of the smell in my rice cooker?

Vinegar and water would be enough to get rid of bad odors in the rice cooker. Simply mix one cup of vinegar with three cups of water. Pour this mixture into the inner pot then turn on the rice cooker. Once it boils, turn off the cooker and let it cool.

How do I clean my tiger rice cooker lid?

HOW TO CLEAN A RICE COOKER

  1. Let your rice cooker cool down to room temperature. Unplug your rice cooker and wait until all the parts (inner lid, inner pot and steam cap) have cooled down to room temperature.
  2. Gently remove the parts.
  3. Make your cleaning solution.
  4. Let the rice cooker parts dry.
  5. Clean the inside and outside of the rice cooker.

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