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I have a hotdog steamer and was wonder what I can use to clean the heat element and bottom of the unit? it as a white chalky substance on it.
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Star Manufacturing Classic Steamro Jr. Hot Dog Steamer

Classic Steamroller Jr. hot dog steamer; Side-by-side hot dog steamer/bun warmer; Holds 130 hot dogs/30-40 buns; Adjustable thermostat for accurate temperature control; Large capacity water pan for all day steaming; Top loading design for easy access to hot dogs & buns; 18"W x 15"D x 15 5/8"H; Includes power cord & plug (NEMA 5-15P); NOTE: 230 volt unit available, 120 volt is standard; 1 year parts & labor warranty; UL listed; NSF certified
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I have a hotdog steamer and was wonder what I can use to clean the heat element and bottom of the unit? it as a white chalky substance on it.

I have a hotdog steamer and was wonder what I can use to clean the heat element and bottom of the unit? it as a white chalky substance on it.
 
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Thanks for your question Steve.

It sounds like you've got a little mineral buildup in the bottom of your Star 35SSC Classic Steamro Jr. Hot Dog Steamer. Any kind of lime remover (like CLR) can be used to remove this buildup.
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