Question about Food Mixers
There is rust on the attachment and I'd like to know the best way to remove it and prevent it from coming back. It was already rusted when I bought it and it was the same problem with all of the boxes in the store so it's a Kitchen Aid problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. Basically all you really need to know is to start the machine at a slow speed, begin shredding, increase speed to a point where the machine is not labouring. Next time you use that attachment, set it for that speed. Different attachments and the foods they process load different stresses on the mixer. Always use a speed that is one step above/below the labouring sounds. Kitchenaid doesn't see fit to publish these instructions online as they do their other manuals. Another missed opportunity by Kitchenaid. You might want to check out the kitchenaid forum. one of these people just might have it in digital form. Good luck! ricardok45
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Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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