How to Clean Kuvings REVO 830


You're done juicing! Now it's time to clean up!

We all love the juice made by a juicer, but many of us find it difficult or tedious to clean a juicer.

Today we're here to help break down the steps to easily clean your Kuvings juicer!

These are the tools you need to wash your juicer. Cleaning brush, green rotating cleaning tool!

The first thing to do is disassemble your juicer. This part shouldn't be too difficult

Next, you can start by washing the lid.
There are no sharp parts or edges here, so you don't have to worry about getting cut.
Water alone is enough, but if you make juice with a higher sugar content,
a little dish soap wouldn't hurt.
Next you can start the auger.
Again, you don't have to worry about cutting your fingers because of this. Unlike centrifugal juicers, our juicers don't have sharp blades to cut your fingers.
A steady stream of running water from the sink is all that is needed to clear the dregs from the auger.
Now, you can move on to the juice bowl.

Juice bowls are not that difficult. You can use the back of the cleaning brush to remove any dregs that may be stuck in the dregs channel of the bowl. With the help of running water,
all the dregs will fall off easily.
Don't forget to rinse the silicone bottom of your rotational wipers! Hidden pulp can sometimes get trapped here and can build up over time. A simple tug on the silicone will help you rinse the bottom.
Once you've done that, you're almost 90% done. The above steps should not take more than a minute and a half.
Now, let's move on to the part that I think you're most concerned about. Juicing screen! We have three methods that we use to wash screens. We will teach you all three.

Method 1. Kuvings Patented Green Rotation Brush

Kuvings is the only cold press juicing company in the world to include a patented cleaning tool designed specifically for juicing screens. This cleaning tool is included in the box of ALL Kuvings juicers.

Insert your screen into the tool and rotate the screen clockwise and counterclockwise repeatedly under running water.

There's a small brush that aligns perfectly with the stainless steel part of the juicing screen and will remove all those pesky pulp residue.

Method 2. Cleaning brush (Stick brush with tip)

This one is pretty easy. Use a cleaning brush to brush the juicer screen holes. The cleaning brush is very useful for particularly stubborn parts of the pulp that the rotary tool sometimes cannot pick up.

And you're done!

We know that none of us really enjoy washing the juicer,

However, it is important that we do it thoroughly so that our juicer remains in healthy condition for as long as possible.

If you treat your juicer right, your juicer will treat you right.

We hope this gives you a little insight into how to wash your Kuvings juicer. The more often you do it, the easier it will become. Washing your Kuvings won't take more than 3 minutes once you get used to it.

Happy juicing!!