KitchenAid 6 Qt Professional 600 Review

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Hi Guys, today I’m reviewing the KitchenAid KP26M1XTG 6 Qt. Professional 600 Series Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer. LINK to Mixer: LINK to Cookie Recipe:
COMPARE other Mixers here: The Mixer is 16.50 inches tall, 11.25 inches wide and 14.50inches deep. The cord length is 45 inches long. It weighs 29 pounds so you probably want to leave it on your countertop or find a spot for it. There are 30 colors to choose from. This is tangerine. The unit is 575 watts and has 10 speeds. The stainless steel bowl has a handle and holds 6 qts. Included are a burnished metal flat beater used for cakes, frosting and cookie dough, burnished spiral dough hook for bread and pizza dough, 6 wire whip for heavy cream and egg whites, and 1 piece pouring shield. Loosen the attachment knob, slip up the hub cover and you can attach one of over 10 Kitchenaid attachments for pasta or grinding meat. The lever raises the bowl into position. The head does not tilt like some other models. The bowl lift handle is here and The bowl height adjustment screw is back here.
Attach the beater, straight up the shaft and turn right, it’ll hook onto the pin on the shaft
To attach the bowl, leave the bowl lift handle in the down position. Put the bowl over the pins and press down on the back of the bowl until you hear it snap. Raise the handle and that lifts the bowl. When you’re mixing, the handle always has to be in this position. If you’re using the pouring shield, put it on the rim of the bowl. Add ingredients through the chute. Put the handle down to lower the mixer. Remove the beater by pushing up and to the left, it slides down the shaft. Hold the bowl handle and lift the bowl straight up.
The beater should just clear the bottom of the bowl. If the beater is hitting the bottom of the bowl, turn this screw slightly counterclockwise to raise and clockwise to lower the bowl.

Before you use the mixer, wash the bowl at least 3 times to remove the dark residue. You can clearly see it. I’ve said this in most of my recent KitchenAid mixer reviews. The consumer should not have to pay hundreds of dollars to buy this mixer and then come home to clean the bowl several times. Any kitchen product you purchase will have to be given a quick cleaning before use, that’s normal. Having to wash a bowl 3 times to remove this gray residue is not normal and maybe one day KitchenAid will spend the extra few cents and clean the bowl at their factory as they should. Also wash the beater, hook and wire whip. Before mixing, I always check to make sure there is no residue left by wiping with a paper towel. This way, your butter or whipped cream won’t have grey streaks in them.
When you’re mixing anything, always start at a low speed and go up slowly. There are good tips in the manual regarding the correct speed to use for different ingredients.

The pouring shield can be washed in warm soapy water or on top rack of your dishwasher. The wire whip, dough hook and beater are hand wash only, do not put them in the dishwasher or they will be ruined. Wipe the shaft and entire mixer down with a damp cloth and dry.
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