Posted Thu Aug 8, 2013, 9:42am Subject: Cleaning an Airpopper? OOPS Mods!
I have been roasting with a Salton air popper for a couple months with great results. But, it is starting to get a bit grungy. I have heard of Simple Green or Red Juice being used on larger roaster, but any tips on cleaning a popper?
Edit: Mods, I put this in the wrong section. I obviously meant for it to be in Home Roasting. Could you please move it? TIA
Posted Wed Aug 14, 2013, 5:22pm Subject: Re: Cleaning an Airpopper? OOPS Mods!
Which part? I used a popcorn pumper for the last two yrs and never cleaned the heating part (lower).didn't darken...the top (plastic chute) got brown..deep brown and I just cleaned it w/soap & water...came up almost like new.
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