With cream whipper models that are made from stainless steel, the bottle and head are usually dishwasher safe. Read the information supplied with your whipper. Otherwise they will need to be hand-cleaned, see below for a cleaning guide
- Unscrew the head from the bottle
Please note: you should not try to unscrew the head whilst the dispenser is charged with nitrous oxide. Any extra gas that remains in the bottle should be released by pressing the lever
- Next unscrew the nozzle, the protective cap and charger holder and leave to one side
- If there is a separate metal...
HOW DOES A CREAM WHIPPER WORK?
Cream whippers work by using small chargers filled with compressed nitrous oxide to aerate the liquid of your choice, and force it through a nozzle at the top. The chargers of nitrous oxide are small metal cartridges that need to be slipped into the sleeve of the canister. The sleeve is then carefully screwed into the side of the canister until the gas is released. When the trigger or lever is pressed in, the compressed gas mixes with the liquid to produce a foam.
FIVE SIMPLE STEPS FOR BETTER WHIPPED CREAM