How to Clean Your Kuvings Juicer: 7 Easy Steps

Kuvings juicers only have 5 parts to clean, which can be completed in just 7 simple steps.



Cleaning a juicer can seem like a labor-intensive task, especially for first-time users. Thankfully, more than 40 years in the juicing business taught us to make juicers that are quick and simple to clean.

Things to know:

  • Kuvings juicers need to be hand washed, because dishwashers can warp the parts. 
  • Wash the parts immediately after juicing.
  • Clean with soap to prevent build-up.
  • Use your faucet’s water pressure to help wash away the pulp.

1. Disassemble the juicer

The 5 parts to clean are the lid, strainer, wiper, auger (screw), and juicing bowl. Seeing leftover pulp on the parts is normal.

Unwashed juicing parts sitting in an empty sink.

2. Rinse off the pulp with warm water

You can use the narrow end of the included brush to push away excess pulp. The force of the water helps to push out pulp, too. 

Two side-by-side images of the cleaning tool pushing pulp out of the pulp spout.

Two side-by-side images of a juicer's lid getting rinsed under a faucet.

Two side-by-side images of a juicer's auger rinsed under a faucet.Finding pulp in the auger cavity is normal. It’s actually why that cavity is built-in! 

3. Use the wire brush 

This included tool is designed to clean the juice spout, and even the pulp spout, if needed.

Two side-by-side images of a hand cleaning the juicing spout with a wire brush.

4. Clean the parts with dish soap

Use the included brush, a sponge, or a dish scrubber to make sure everything is squeaky-clean.

Two-side-by side images of a rotation wiper getting rinsed under a faucet.

Two side-by-side images of a juicing bowl being rinsed under a faucet.

5. Use the green cleaning tool

Click the strainer into place, then twist the tool back and forth under running water.

Two side-by-side images of a green cleaning tool and a strainer under a faucet.

6. Brush away any additional pulp 

There may be some pulp lingering inside or outside the strainer. Use the narrow end of the brush to poke pulp out of the pulp hole, if necessary.

Two side-by-side images of the juicing strainer being brushed under a faucet.

7. Let the parts air-dry

And you’re done! The entire process only takes about 5-10 minutes. For additional assistance, please contact us at