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Dry Noodles Making Machine Daily Maintenance Guides

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It is quite important to regularly maintain your noodle packing machine. Just like any device or machine. Why do you have to do this? Well, there are lots of reasons why you shouldn’t neglect cleaning your device. This range from the need to increase the durability and working efficiency of the machine to the elimination of possible pathogenic microorganisms which may find their way into the system. Besides, you are dealing with organic foods which also serves a source of energy for the little lives.

Now, for the newbies or those who just got their machine not long ago, it may be a daunting task trying to get your noodle making machine cleaned up.  Here in this article, you will be taken through the various ways you can get your machine properly cleaned up without many hitches while maintaining the general working efficiency of the device.


Let’s get started then!

To keep your noodle making machine clean and running smoothly, you need to clean it regularly. Yet the cleaning of noodle making machines is not like that of other kitchen utensils. We offer tips and advice for cleaning your pasta machine impeccably.

Clean the machine without disassembling it

In case you do not disassemble your dough machine, use wipes or paper towels to clean it. Wipe your machine properly, emphasizing the rollers, the nooks and crannies.

The risk, in this case, is having pieces of pasta stuck inside the machine. Nevertheless, you can use a kitchen brush to reach the most inaccessible places. Be careful not to let the brush hairs in the machine.

What you need to know

Never put your baking machine in water. The water will only deteriorate the components of the machine. To clean your noodle making machine, you can either disassemble it or perform a surface cleaning and do not disassemble the machine.

Use of pasta balls to clean the machine

You can also clean your pasta machine with ... dough. Yes, it is possible. Just make a ball of pasta (with water and flour) and divide it.

Disassemble your pasta machine to clean it

Dismantling the pasta machine is very easy. You will just need pliers and a screwdriver. Here you can thoroughly clean each component (rollers, blades) of your pasta machine, always with a damp cloth or paper towels; never with water directly. Cleaning is therefore much easier and more thorough.


The pieces of pasta thus obtained will be passed through the rolling mills as well as into the rolls. They will absorb all the fat resulting from the use of the pasta machine. If you notice excess pasta on rolls and the like, do not panic. Just use a kitchen brush to remove them.


With these little tips, cleaning your noodle making machine has never been so easy. Your machine will be like new and always ready for use. Again, you won’t have to worry over possible infestations by microorganisms which may gain entry into the crevices and hidden areas of the device. Thorough and regular cleaning is very important.