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How to clean ninja air fryer lid

How to clean ninja air fryer lid?

The Ninja air fryer is a great piece of kitchen equipment. It can help you cook food in a healthier way, and it’s also very easy to clean. However, if you don’t take care of your Ninja lid properly, then it may start to show its signs of wear after a few uses. Fortunately for you, though, I have some tips that will help you keep your new gadget in tip-top shape.

How to clean ninja air fryer lid?

To clean the lid, you will need to follow these options:

Unplug the air fryer and let it cool

Once you’ve finished cooking and the unit has cooled down, unplug the air fryer. If you don’t, you could risk damaging the appliance or getting burned by hot oil splattering on you. It’s also safer to clean while it’s not plugged in because there is no danger of electrocution if any liquid gets into an electrical appliance.

Cleaning with soap, warm water, and a soft cloth

To clean the air filter compartment, first remove the inner basket and pour out any food debris from inside. Then, use a soft brush or sponge to gently scrub away any stubborn messes.

Next, fill the water basin with warm soapy water and place your lid in it for about 10 minutes (or until you don’t notice that it smells like soap anymore). Take your lid out of the basin and wipe excess moisture off with a damp cloth.

Finally, wipe down all surfaces of your lid with a soft cloth or sponge that has been moistened with soapy water (make sure to get into every nook). If there is still some lingering odor after this process, try baking soda on a damp rag; leave overnight before washing again as usual.

Cleaning for specific problem areas

You can clean your air fryer’s filters in the dishwasher. Simply place them on the top rack and be sure to use a mild detergent. Some people recommend using vinegar or baking soda to clean the nonstick coating off of their fryers, but this will void its warranty if you do so.

The back of the Fryer: The back of your Fryer is where food tends to collect and stick; this should be cleaned regularly with warm soapy water. You should also remove any food from around your lids before cleaning because it can interfere with proper operation and cause damage if left behind.

Air Filter Compartment: This area needs special attention because it houses both an air filter and fan blades that are easy for particles from cooked foods or dust particles from other items in your kitchen (or even pet dander!) to get stuck on.

Air Filter: After removing all visible debris from inside this compartment, wipe down with soapy water only then let dry completely before putting back into place.

The top rim of the lid (the area around the opening)

In order to clean the top rim of the lid, you can use a damp cloth or a toothbrush. If you have trouble cleaning in small areas, a sponge or cloth may be more effective. You should also clean out any debris that gets stuck inside the air filter compartment, as well as around the edges of the base and filter itself. The air vent is also important to keep clean because it’s where hot air comes out once it passes through your food.

The air filter compartment

Clean the air filter compartment with a damp cloth. If you want to give your Ninja Air Fryer a more thorough cleaning, use warm water and soap to wash down the metal filter screen inside of the air fryer’s lid. You can also place this in your dishwasher for cleaning if you have one.


The Ninja air fryer lid is the perfect way to keep your food fresh and delicious. It keeps food from splattering all over your kitchen, making it easy for everyone to enjoy their meal. Cleaning this part of your air fryer can be done easily with a few simple steps that will ensure that you’re never stuck with a dirty lid again!