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I have an old Squeezo strainer that belonged to my grandfather, so it is old. I want to say more than 60 years. It is looking tarnished and worn and I would like to use and refurbish if possible, but I don't want to get sick if there is anything contaminating on the grinder or the strainer. I cleaned it with a steel wool pad, but still do not feel safe. It also can use some new fittings as they seem to be dried out and I've gotten leakage all over. Any suggestions? I see that a new one is well over $200 and as I am new to the canning world don't want to invest unless I know I'm going to use it regularly.
You will be using this in food and this can be an issue. You do not want to use certain cleaning products on this because like you said they can be dangerous for you in the end. There is one way that might work.
You can ask any of your questions on their web site as they are very nice to work with and they have a good assortment of parts. They also have information about cleaning your Squeezo.
Here is another location for parts.
How do you use the pumpkin screen on a Squeezo strainer?
By Edward Barchik from Huntington Mills, PA
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I have a Squeezo, but no manual. Do the apples or pumpkins have to be cooked first or does the Squeezo machine process them uncooked, in their natural harvested state? What are the steps to make applesauce and pumpkin puree for winter use? Thank you for answering.
By christin from Montreal, Canada