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Mixing paddle maintenance and care

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To maintain your mixing paddle you should check for any damages before and after each use. Look out for things such as bends, loose blades, a cracked shaft or damaged threads. Keep your paddle clean and stored in a suitable place. As paddles are made of steel and some come with additional coatings, they will look after their own surfaces. However, cleaning your paddle makes it much easier for you.  To maintain your mixing paddle you should check for any damages before and after each use. Look out for things such as bends, loose blades, a cracked shaft or damaged threads.

Keep your paddle clean and stored in a suitable place. As paddles are made of steel and some come with additional coatings, they will look after their own surfaces. However, cleaning your paddle makes it much easier for you.  

If your paddle does become bent or deformed then do not try and bend it back into shape yourself, as this could cause more damage. If there are any major damages, you will need to replace the paddle, otherwise it may wobble when turning in drill or mixer. If a manual paddle becomes damaged, it will be a lot more difficult for the user to control. If your paddle does become bent or deformed then do not try and bend it back into shape yourself, as this could cause more damage.

If there are any major damages, you will need to replace the paddle, otherwise it may wobble when turning in drill or mixer. If a manual paddle becomes damaged, it will be a lot more difficult for the user to control.

Replacing a mixing paddle may cost you between £2-40. Replacing a paddle may cost you between £2-40.
If you use your paddle correctly, in the intended materials and clean it after each use, you should have no need to replace it. If you use your paddle correctly, in the intended materials and clean it after each use, you should have no need to replace it.