Deep Fryer Question

Postby Waatz on Sat 8/Oct/05 10:45am

Anyone know a good way to clean a deep fryer without rendering it useless?

I started with warm soapy water and then boiling hot water and finaly on to the fire hose but now im a bit worried that the high preasure water may have got into the 230v workings and am a bit cautious about plugging it in.
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Postby Mals on Sat 8/Oct/05 11:11am

Does it not have a container that you can just take out? Definatly don't put a hose it though, they're dodgy enough as it is with the added risk.
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Postby Waatz on Sat 8/Oct/05 11:13am

Mals wrote:Does it not have a container that you can just take out? Definatly don't put a hose it though, they're dodgy enough as it is with the added risk.


Unfortunatly no removable container. Maybe i'll put it on tardme and buy a new one.
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Postby Mals on Sat 8/Oct/05 11:18am

Hot soapy water, a cloth, a lot of time and don't let your oil go that far in the future. :thumbsup:

Most hated job when I was a chef was cleaning the deep fryer :angry:
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Postby Bazza on Sat 8/Oct/05 11:19am

Waatz wrote:
Mals wrote:Does it not have a container that you can just take out? Definatly don't put a hose it though, they're dodgy enough as it is with the added risk.


Unfortunatly no removable container. Maybe i'll put it on tardme and buy a new one.


:Lol: haha :lol:
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Postby DrLauren on Sat 8/Oct/05 1:27pm

Is there anyone you don't like you could get to test it? :satan
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Postby Stun on Sat 8/Oct/05 1:40pm

DrLauren wrote:Is there anyone you don't like you could get to test it? :satan


Fergs? :eh:
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Postby happybaboon on Sat 8/Oct/05 1:46pm

I've got a fun idea. It requires a 30m extention cord and a deepfryer full of petrol :thumbsup:
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Postby Loki on Sat 8/Oct/05 2:25pm

Costly, but oh so fun.
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Postby Francis on Sat 8/Oct/05 2:46pm

If you get water inside it, just let it dry out and it will probably be fine ;)

[disclaimer] The above advice does not come from a professional and may well be dodgy.
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