An Instant Pot on a kitchen counter
The Only Tool Needed To Clean The Grimy Crevice Of Your Instant Pot
Splatters and food residue easily find their way onto your Instant Pot surfaces. To clean them more effortlessly and with ease, use a foam brush — the type you paint with.
The Instant Pot has a lot of compact spaces that can be difficult to get to. A flexible foam paint brush can be dipped into a cup of hot, soapy water and easily reach those spaces.
Consider dedicating one brush to washing away residue residue, and one for drying off all those once-grimy and greasy spots after cleaning.
These gentle foam brushes will not scratch or damage your Instant Pot as you dab and poke at those tight spaces. Better yet, you can find them in a variety of shapes and sizes.