Note: We recommend hand washing the inner pot, lid, lid parts, sealing ring, and steam rack. The inner pot, lid, lid parts, and steam rack can be washed in the top rack of the dishwasher, but may wear more quickly over time.

1. Allow the inner pot, lid, lid parts, and steam rack to cool completely. Wipe away any leftover food residue.
2. Apply soap and water to a soft, damp sponge. Wash the inner pot and steam rack and soak in warm, soapy water if necessary.
3. Clean the inside of the lid. Make sure to remove any food debris from the antiblock shield and sealing ring. Do not submerge lid in water.
4. If necessary, the parts inside the lid can be removed for cleaning. These parts are small and easy to lose, so be careful. 

  1. Remove the sealing ring by pulling the edge of the silicone out of the sealing ring rack and wipe clean. Replace the sealing ring by pressing it firmly in to the sealing ring rack to prevent warping. The sealing ring should fit snugly inside the sealing ring rack and shouldn’t fall out when lifting the lid. 
  2. Remove the anti-block shield by gripping it from either side, then pulling it up. Rinse and dry the anti-block shield and replace it inside the lid.                                                                                         
  3. Remove the silicone cap from the float valve. The float valve may drop out unexpectedly without the silicone cap, so remove carefully.                                                                                                     
  4. Rinse both parts with clean water, and secure the float valve back onto the lid using the float valve silicone cap


5. Dry thoroughly.
6. Always replace the inner pot into the pressure cooker before plugging in or turning on.

  • Make sure the bottom outside of the inner pot is dry before placing into the pressure cooker.
6.0-Quart Pressure Cooker

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