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How do I clean this?


I've tried metal scrubber thing and it shreds the metal. What exactly do I use to clean coated on cheese off of it. I can get big pieces off but there is still a residue. I really just want it clean without shredding my cleaning utensils.

 

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    Thank you. I really do like it, but no matter the direction I scrub it has destroyed everything so far. I had it soaking all night so I am scrubbing with a brush this morning.


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    Peeples 2 years ago

    Common theme is brush with a handle. I'm doing that this morning!

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I am the dishwasher, lol! Boiling water, ok Worth a shot! I tried super hot water from the sink, didn't work. I agree, flat one broke, had this one and now realized it's too much work!

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    Lol! But it's so much cheaper to buy a giant block and shred it. Though I think I'm going to start calculating an hourly wage into the equation if the long handled brush doesn't work out!


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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I did scrub the right direction and no matter the direction it still shreds a sponge and pulls apart my metal wire scrubby. It seems to be sharp both directions.

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I actually didn't have a long handled brush so went and got one last night. Here's hoping the $1 investment will work this morning! Thank you.

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I works amazing!! It's actually the easiest and best grater I have ever owned, except the not being able to clean it part! I've soaked it overnight, it still had cheese gunk stuck to it. Maybe my soap isn't good enough for it!

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