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How To Use Can Openers?

Using Can Openers :
Using a can opener, manual or electronic is never a complex process. With time the can openers have become one touch appliances where you have to place the can push a button and stretch yourself back. Let’s figure out how the can opener (manual and automatic) works.

Manual Can Openers:
Manual can opener is a very simple tool to operate. The basic design is simple. It comes with a "piercing" part or blade, a guide that holds against the outside edge of the can, and a cogged wheel that connects to a spinning handle which is operated manually. You have to turn the handle to open the can. As you turn the handle, the blade cuts the lid as well as turns the can. This tool is as simple as it can get.

Automated/Electronic Can Openers:
Next is the automatic or electronic can opener. The best part of these can openers is they are never too bulky to occupy your kitchen table space and yet handy to open up cans of any size in real time. These appliances are also available with knife sharpeners and bottle openers.

Ensure the Can Opener is placed on a level surface. Lift the “Start” and “Release” Lever on the Can Opener. Place a can so that the edge fits over the Cog Wheel. Push the “Start” and “Release” Lever down until the Cutting Wheel pierces the lid of the can. The Can Opener will switch ON automatically when the above action is performed. The Can Opener is hands free and will switch OFF when pressure is relieved off of the “Start” and “Release” Lever. There is no need to hold onto anything while the lid is being cut off the can opener. Cans need to be supported once the lid has been cut. Lifting the “Start” and “Release” Lever with lid attached will cause the can to drop. Ensure that the Cutting Wheel is always kept clean, so that the Can Opener works efficiently.

To open the bottle (with metal bottle caps only) hold the bottle and take it to the left hand side of the can opener where the bottle opener is located. Push the bottle downwards to open the cap.

While using the can openers, manual/automated, use the cans which are in proper shape. Cans damaged on circular top can cause inconvenience and damage as well both to the user and the equipment.

Pros

Grips the can in place
Sturdy Body for durability
Easy can movement

Cons
Sometimes leaves jagged edges
Expensive choice
   

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