Toasters are lifesavers, aren’t they? No matter if you are running late to your office or coming back home late all tired, they can come in handy for preparing a quick sandwich! However, its excessive use can end up making it dirty. You definitely don’t want to keep it that way since its exterior needs to look presentable while the interior is not supposed to toast dirty breads for you. Therefore, we have covered how to clean toasters with our products so you can get your hands on them as soon as you can! 

About Kingmax

We have been designing varios microfiber clothes for different purposes and we have some excellent products suitable for making your toaster clean like new! Some of our major recommendations are:

Recycled PET Superpol Kitchen Cloth

Especially designed to clean kitchen products since it can easily catch dirt and grease and dry it quickly thanks to its jacquard knitting structure. 

Kitchen Dish Cloth

This is one of the best clothes for kitchen appliances since it provides a lint-free, streak-free and non-abrasive cleaning. The honeycomb waffle construction grabs and removes the dirt with ease. 

Kitchen Scrubbing Cloth

Specially designed with scrubbing nylon fiber on one surface and terry on the other, this cloth can be an excellent choice for removing hard stains on your toaster and then polish it like new! 

How to Clean Toasters using KingMax products

Since we have mentioned our top recommendations, here are some easiest steps that you can follow to clean the toaster. 

Cleaning Outside of the Toaster:

First and foremost thing to do is to unplug your toaster and let it cool before cleaning it. Now add few drops of dishwasher on the outside surface of the toaster and start cleaning it using our Kitchen Dish cloth and wring it out well. Gently wipe the outside of the toaster including the handles, knobs, and switches. Now take our Recycled Pet cloth, damp it a bit and clean the exterior thoroughly to remove any soap residue. 

Cleaning Inside of the Toaster

Once the toaster is unplugged and cool, check if yours comes with a crumb tray or not. If the toaster has a removable crumb tray, remove it over a sink or near a trash can. Now throw all the loose crumbs from the crumb tray into the trash can or sink.If there is no crumb tray then turn the toaster upside down and shake it to remove the loose crumbs. If there are still some crumbs left on the corners or hard to reach areas, you can use a small brush to remove those crumbs easily.

Now wash the inside of the toaster and the crumb tray using a dishwasher and water.Once done, you can easily dry the toaster using the terry side of our Kitchen Scrubbing cloth.

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