Cleanup is mentioned in about 18% of online opinions about juicers, making it the #1 most discussed factor by users. And it’s easy to see why – cleaning chunks of fruit and veggies can be quite a nuisance.
Surprisingly, the majority of users don’t prefer dishwasher-safe juicers over those that require hand-washing. While throwing your juicer in the dishwasher does make the cleaning process a little simpler, it won’t necessarily get rid of those tiny pieces of pulp that get stuck in the machine. Also, there is no strong correlation between a juicer’s price and its cleanup score: the list of the highest rated models (shown below) includes both budget and high-end options.
However, users do show a slight preference to certain types of juicers. On the whole, centrifugal units are considered easier to clean than their masticating counterparts. Citrus juicers receive mixed reviews for this factor.
When it comes to brands, L’Equip and Tribest are the users’ favorites. Juiceman is the lowest-rated brand in this category.
Easiest Juicers to Clean
Buzzrake conducted a thorough examination of the collected opinions and produced the following rankings for the Easiest Juicers to Clean. Buzzrake considered how frequently the cleanup task is mentioned by users, and whether it is mentioned positively or negatively.
The L'Equip XL Wide Mouth Juicer is considered the #1 easiest to clean juicer on the market. This is a centrifugal juicer that is equipped with 480 watts of power. Owners describe the cleanup task as effortless. However, it is usually described as a loud unit. In general, users are pretty happy with this unit.
The Omega Masticating Juicer (400) is the #3 easiest to clean juicer. This is a masticating juicer that comes equipped with 150 watts of power. It is usually described as a quiet unit. Also, users describe the cleanup task as a piece of cake. In general, owners are satisfied with this juicer.
According to users, the Epica Citrus Juicer is the #4 easiest juicer to clean. This is a citrus juicer that comes equipped with a 70w motor. The majority of owners mention that it will most likely last long. Also, it is said to be not bad in terms of quality. Generally speaking, owners are pretty happy with this model.
The Hurom Slow Juicer was chosen by users as the #5 easiest juicer to clean. This is a masticating juicer that features a 150w motor. It is usually described as inaudible. Also, the cleanup task is described by users as rather easy.