Question about Faberware FSW343 Electric Wok
Hello, thanks for your help! I just moved into an older home in which many kitchen appliances were left behind., mostly Farberware.
The Faberware Model 310-A Electric Skillet/Frying pan is in great shape, but the previous owners never cleaned inside the connection, where the two smaller points come out to fit in the female holes of the power cord. It's obviously grease and gunk accumulated over the years, but I noticed a green substance arpound those two male points in the grill.
I would like to clean it beforeI attempt to use it. What should I use to clean it?
The Farberware website was no help as far as getting a manual.
Thanks again for any help you might be able to give.
I just picked one of these up at a yard sale and it had the same problem - the inside was great, but the outside and plastic parts were grease-covered.
My solution? I dipper of Oxy-Clean and hot water. Give it a couple minutes and lighty brush with toothbrush to move the grease out. No need to scrub hard, at all. Oxy-Clean really freaking works, lol!
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
WD40 works with an old toothbrush
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