Please check out the images, videos and guides below before using your Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiralizer. They will help you use the product correctly. Don’t worry, it’s not as complicated as it looks, as you will soon find out!
Your Tri-Blade Spiralizer comes with the following components.
How to Assemble
Before the spiralizer can be used, please take a minute to set it up by following these simple steps…
How to Change Blades
IMPORTANT: When your spiralizer is brandnew, it may be a little harder to remove the blades. If you have any difficulty removing the blade from either the standing blade rack or the blade storage compartment, please try the following steps.
How to remove the blade from the standing blade rack
How to remove the blade from the storage compartment
For best results when using the Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiral Slicer, please:
- Choose thick, firm and straight vegetables.
- Place the spiral slicer on an even, flat surface, and make sure to push down on the 4 corners until the suction cups are all secured against the surface.
- Place the vegetable straight in the middle of the vegetable holder, making sure it does not lean heavily toward any particular side.
- Twist the vegetable with a consistent forward motion.
- The included manual shows the best practices, so please take a quick look at it if you haven’t done so.
- For vegetables with a skin, peeling the skin off will make it easier to spiralize them.
- For harder vegetables, pre-boiling them first will make it easier to spiralize them.
Note: If you are left handed, you can still use the Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiral Slicer as shown below in the 2nd demo video.
Possible Vegetable Patterns
Apart from vegetable noodles, the spiralizer can also create veggie shreds, chips, slices, circular and curvy shreds. Please refer to the below diagram for some examples.
Due to the large number of vegetables that the spiralizer can be used for, it’s not possible to have a definite list of vegetables that should be spiralized for each blade. However the general rules of thumb are:
- Softer vegetables can use any blade
- For harder vegetables such as sweet potato or butternut squash, we recommend the use of a bigger blade e.g. 6mm blade. This is because a smaller blade will have more blade teeth which may cause more resistance when used with a harder vegetable
- Vegetables with layers or a hollow inside e.g. onions, cabbages, bell peppers should use the Flat blade
How to Clean
- Wash the spiralizer under running tap water. Use a mild detergent if necessary. Use a brush to clean between the blade teeth if necessary.
- Hand washing is recommended to prolong the life of the product.
- If washed in a dishwasher, use cold water only, as hot water can warp the suction cups and prevent them from working correctly.
- Sometimes carrots may leave stains on the spiralizer’s plastic. If that happens, use baking soda to clean the stains.
Please also find below a couple of video demos showing the Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiral Slicer in action, and demonstrating its correct use.
Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiralizer’s Usage Instructions
Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiralizer’s Demo For Left-Handed People
Brieftons Tri-Blade Spiralizer’s Demo Of Correct Use Of Suction Cups
Upgrade Option (Up to 5 Blades)
2 extra blades are available for sale via the link below. They will convert your Tri-blade spiralizer into a 5-blade spiralizer:
- Pack of 2 premium blades (2mm Angel-Hair blade, Curly-Fry blade)
The following spare parts are available for the Brieftons 5-Blade Spiralizer. Visit the links to order them from Amazon.com:
- Pack of 4 suction cups
- Pack of 3 standard blades (3mm blade, 6mm blade and flat slicing blade)
- Pack of a vegetable holder and a turning handle
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