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An electric can opener is a great small appliance for the kitchen because it allows you to open cans with minimal effort. Better yet, an electric can opener requires only light care. Nevertheless, that light care needs to come on a regular basis.

Most of the electric can openers come along with blades or a wheel-type cutter and operate automatically. These can last a long time as long as you properly care for them. Here are some handful steps you need to take to keep your electric can opener in working condition:

  • For the first time, read the user's manuals before cleaning the apparatus. Most of the electric can openers operate using the regular lithium battery. For such batteries, you cannot let it dive a pail of water with soap. These models require least care as it is designed to help users minimize maintenance issues.
  • You must unplug the can opener first before dismantling it or soaking it wet. Product manuals usually contain a self-help guide and even options that you can do to keep your opener intact.
  • Simply rinsing the blades in running water will not help to wash away all food remnants. You must use an antibacterial soap, to avoid contamination and even food poisoning.
  • For openers, having complex designs, you can use a small brush to remove bits of unwanted particles. On such models, it is best to read the manual first to avoid contact with the device's sensitive areas.
  • Storing the can opener is also a critical factor to consider. Always find a clean, dry space, so at to ensure the opener's longevity. You should also check it for cockroaches or other insects that may contaminate its blades.
Keep it out of children, for the safety of your kids and device. Modern can openers have interesting shapes and contours and kids may mistake it for a toy car or a robot.
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