How to deep clean an Angel juicer
Hi it’s Dan with EUJUICERS.COM, coming to
you as always from the heart of Europe, and
in this video, it’s just going to be a quick
video showing you two methods on how to deep
clean an Angel juicer.
Now if you don’t want to watch through the
whole video I’ll put in the notes below the
step-y-sstep instructions so you can look
down there as well.
What happened is, about a week ago we got
an email from the Angel factory in Korea,
and they said some customers have been asking
them often for ways to really deep clean the
Now normally Angel juicers stay really clean.
They’re made from stainless steel.
But it’s possible if you don’t clean and dry
the augers and housing after each use, it’s
possible there can be a bit of chromium oxide
Another possibility is if you don’t wash your
If you pick some lettuce out in the garden
and you don’t get all the little bits of dirt
or especially little stones, those can get
They can scratch a bit and then the juices,
if you don’t clean it properly, can kind off
build up in there and cause a bit of dark
spots or corrosion.
So there’s two methods and I’m going to show
you the two.
The first method is one Angel actually suggested
you do fairly often, as often as once a week
if you want.
I don’t know about that because it takes a
And then the second one is a little more in-depth,
for in-depth cleaning.
So let me show you the first method.
Here’s a couple of augers, here’s the housing,
and what you want to do is after you’ve juiced,
after you’ve kind of cleaned off the main
stuff is, you’ll need to get a big enough
container of water to hold this.
Now normally I would use a bowl at home for
my juicer, but I don’t have one as big as
These are pretty big augers and housing.
So what I’ve got here is a bucket.
I’ve filled it wiith water, just enough to
cover this housing.
And then you’ll want to put in a fair amount
of baking soda.
Now Angel says 2-3 tablespoon, but that’s
in a smaller vessel so I’m going to put most
of this here, like 4 or 5.
And then all you’ll do is stir it up, mix
it in really well, it will dissolve on its
And then you just put them in, and you’re
going to let that soak overnight.
So they are going to soak in a solution of
baking soda and water.
And then what you’ll do the next day after
they’ve soaked, take them out, you don’t need
to rinse them, and then you’ll want to sprinkle
a little bit of baking soda.
And then get a brush.
You could use the Angel brush.
This is the one that comes with the Angel
Personally I prefer to use something a little
tougher, so I would use something like this
– a toothbrush type of thing.
And just scrub it, get in there really well,
and after it has soaked, most of those stains
should come out really well.
You could do a final soaking, or really after
you’ve cleaned it, just rinse it off and you
shoul be done.
And that’s method one.
So the second method involves more of an acidic
kind of cleaning and it’s kind of unique because
it actually involves juicing.
What Angel has recommended is you take 2-3
I’ll do two because these lemons are pretty
big, and to juice them, but to acctually juice
them with the peels on.
And that will be the first step.
And that’s going to coat all of the augers
and housing with the lemon juice.
So what I’m going to do now, I’m going to
take the juicer off, the housing off and the
Now, because I have lemons with whole peels
on there, those augers might stick in.
You know, those peels get kind of locked in
all those spaces and kind of hold it.
So a trick you’ll want to do to get the augers
off easily is first open up the housing, and
then pull off the housing while holding the
That’s going to keep the augers pointing bakwards
Yeah, that’s all I needed to do so they’re
Want to lift it up a bit, get this stuff out.
You can see there all the lemon peel sort
of built up on the tips of the augers.
So all I’m going to do now according to Angel’s
instructions is let these sit 2-3 hours, certainly
until they are dry and maybe longer.
And then after 2-3 hours, you want to soak
them for another 3-4 hours in a warm water,
well it will be warm at the beginning anyway,
in my case in a bucket.
So anything big enough to hold warm water.
And I’ll put that guy in.
And after they’ve been in there about 3-4
hours, take them out, get your brush.
Scrub them down with the brush, not with baking
Just with water.
Rinse them out, and you should notice they
should be significantly cleaner.
Iff you’ve tried that and you’ve had success,
or not success, could you leave a comment
I’d appreciate that.
A lot of the Angel users like to read comments
from other users, and it could really help
someone out especially if they are just starting
And that should wrap up this video, hopefully
you enjoyed it.
And if you have any ideas for some other videos
you’d like to see, about Angels or other juicers,
we’d love to hear it.
So until then, I’m Dan with EUJUICERS.COM,
and I’ll see you next time.