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1. If the cream dispenser is made of stainless steel, the bottle and head can usually be cleaned in a dishwasher.
Depressurize the remaining gas in the bottle by pressing the control lever. Unscrew the head from the bottle. Make sure that no N2O is charged into the cream dispenser during this step. After unscrewing the head, remove the nozzle, flat seal, and other components and set them aside neatly. Clean these components with the provided small brush. Rinse the bottle thoroughly to remove any remaining traces of cream.
Finally, dry or air-dry your cream dispenser before reassembling it. If you plan to store your cream dispenser in a refrigerator overnight, make sure to remove and rinse its nozzle beforehand.
When cleaning your cream dispenser, do not forcefully disassemble or scrub the small washers on the pressure relief valve stem as this may damage it. Do not use stainless steel cleaners or any other abrasive cleaning chemicals on your cream dispenser. Do not remove the pressure relief valve stem while there is still N2O in the bottle.