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Correct Juicing Technique


Juicing technique is important if you want to get the best results from your juicer. Yet despite this, owners will often neglect or misuse their juicer, which leads to frustration when it doesn’t perform how they expect it to. If that’s a good description for you then don’t worry, just follow these 5 tips to correct juicing procedure and you’ll be sorted in no time.

Preparing Ingredients

Preparing ingredients for many people is the most mundane part of juicing. This typically leads to shortcuts being taken and ingredients becoming tougher and tougher to juice. We can understand, especially as current top-level juicers can handle mistreatment well. However, if you want the best yields and are looking for your juicer to survive well beyond its warranty, then we recommend cutting any larger ingredients into smaller chunks. Even slim ingredients like carrots or celery will be juiced more effectively when cut into halves or thirds.

Never Cram the Feed Chute

Seriously, don’t ever do it! Cramming is one of the most common juicing sins that we see our customers committing and honestly it makes the entire process tougher and less enjoyable. Avoid it simply by putting your ingredients down the juicer one at a time and wait for pulp to finish ejecting before adding more. This method is not only easier and less physically demanding, but it will improve the nutritional value of your juice and the overall yield.

Now, there are a few exceptions to this rule. A whole fruit juicer, for example, can handle a larger amount of ingredients at once and modern juicers do allow a faster loading speed. However, even they have their limits, so don’t try to push them too far if you want them to last longer than a year.

Alternate Your Ingredients

Really juicing correctly revolves a lot around your ingredients and how you use them. One extra way to get the best from them after you follow the first 2 tips is to alternate what you feed in. This is especially useful if you have different types of ingredients, such as soft and hard or fibrous and non-fibrous. Alternating between these types will allow your juicer to clear out pulp more effectively and will produce a smoother juice with a more even flavour.


The Juice Cap

Many people don’t realise that keeping the juice cap closed helps the juicer far more than it hinders it. The first benefit is that the juice will lubricate all the components as they function, reducing the chances of a jam and generally increasing the efficiency of extraction. On top of that the juicer can also be continually mixing the ingredients into a more even juice.

Thorough Cleaning

Our final tip is perhaps the most important and one that people frequently don’t listen to. Always clean your parts straight after juicing! It doesn’t matter if you used your device for 1 minute or 30, when you’ve finished, it is key that you take the juicing components and scrub them out. This is most important with the screen, the pulp outlet and underneath the augur. If pulp gets stuck and dries in any of these areas it can become very tough to get out later and will definitely lead to worse yields or maybe more serious issues depending on the situation. 

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How Long does shipping usually take?

Deliveries to the UK are sent with a Free Next Working Day service on orders over £100 that operates from Monday to Friday. This timeframe increases to 2 days for UK offshore islands and Scottish highlands. Deliveries abroad will vary in length depending on the destination, for more specific information please contact us. Please be aware that orders must be placed before 15:00 to receive them on the following working day. Orders placed after this time will be dispatched on the closest following working day instead.

How much will delivery cost?

All orders destined for the UK with a total value of £100 or more are eligible for Free Delivery. Orders with a lower value will have a standard delivery charge of £3.95. For a full list of all our available delivery options, please see our delivery information page.

What Are They Payment Options?

We currently accept payments using credit card and PayPal, Paypal also includes pay in three and pay later.

What are the Shipping Options?

Our Shipping options include free next-day delivery to the UK mainland on orders over £100, orders below £100 would have to pay £6.95 for next-day delivery or £3.95 for standard delivery. If you would like to receive your parcel on the weekend, There is also an option for that, costing £14.95. For UK offshore deliveries, we offer free delivery on all orders over £150 and for orders below £150, shipping may vary from £7.50 - £10.95. If you would like more information on this, view our delivery rates webpage here.

What is the Return Policy?

If you have received a faulty or damaged product, you can reach out to our support team ( to discuss your available options. These include receiving a refund or getting another unit sent out to you as a replacement and shipping the faulty and or damaged unit back. If you have used the product before contacting us, you would need to provide evidence that the unit was faulty before use and did not become damaged or faulty due to user error when using the product. If you would like to read a more in-depth breakdown of our returns policy, we have a full webpage dedicated to that here.

If I order On the Weekend when will I receive it?

If you order on the weekend, your order will be packed and shipped on the next working day, and delivery will be dependant on the options chosen.