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Cleaning the Pasta Cutter Attachment

How to Clean the KitchenAid Pasta Cutter

IMPORTANT: Do not use metal objects to clean out the Pasta Cutter. Do not wash the Pasta Cutter in the dishwasher or immerse it in water or other liquids. The Pasta Cutter should be hand-washed.

  1. Turn the Stand Mixer off and unplug it.
  2. Completely detach the Pasta Cutter.

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  1. After cutting the pasta, let the Pasta Cutter air dry for one hour, then remove any dried dough using the cleaning brush. If the dried dough is difficult to remove, try tapping the attachment with your hand. Use a toothpick if necessary.

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  1. After cleaning out all remaining dried dough, polish the Pasta Cutter with a soft, dry cloth and store it in a dry place at room temperature. Do not wash the Pasta Cutter in the dishwasher. 

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NOTE: Never use a knife or any other sharp object to remove excess dough.  Do not run a dish towel or other cloth through the rollers to clean them.

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