It is a popular choice for the kitchen, but can also be a source of concern when it comes to its plastic spiral tube.
Here are some tips to keep it in check.
Keep the tube clean and free from grease or grease residue.
It should be kept clean and not in direct contact with any food or beverage, such as a plate, utensil, bowl or spoon.
Use a sponge and keep it away from food or liquids.
Keep your kitchen well ventilated.
Remove the tube when it has cooled down.
When using a plastic spiral, use a clean, dry dish towel to wipe it off the counter or counter top.
Remove and store tubes in a container in a cool, dry place for easy transport.
Keep tubes in an airtight container for up to a week before they are removed.
When removing tubes, place the tube in a clean and dry container and seal it tight.
Keep unused tubes in the refrigerator for up, up to, and including two months.
Keep tubing in a closed container in the freezer for up – three months.