A nectar collector is used in the process of extracting nectar from flowers.
It’s made up of a perforated container with an attached spout or tube for retrieving the liquid.
When you clean a nectar collector, your goal is to remove any stickiness and debris that may have accumulated on it after use.
To do this, all you need is some warm water and dish soap. Place the collector in an area where it can be completely submerged in water.
Fill it with lukewarm water and add dish soap, then swish it around to get the soap throughout the perforations.
Rinse thoroughly with more warm water until there are no suds left on its surface. Dry before storing away in a case or bag.
Warning: Do not use boiling water or extremely high pressure when cleaning your nectar collector. Extreme temperatures may cause its glass to break.
So this is how to clean a Nectar Collector.
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