Cleaning a Toaster

Use a stiff artist paint brush (for oil paint) to clean out stubborn crumbs in your toaster's innards.

By Nancy from Madison, WI

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September 15, 20060 found this helpful

Dry paint brushes can also be used to clean your keyboard.

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If your toaster is reluctant to accept the toast it's probably because crumbs have built up to point that the bread can no longer be pushed down all the way. Most toasters have a handy trap door on the bottom that allows you to remove any crumbs that have built up. First unplug the toaster.

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