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Cup washers have always played an important role in commercial kitchens and bars because of their super-efficient and quick cup washing. As time passes, they are gradually coming into people’s homes.

A cup rinser can be installed in any sinkhole or countertop, such as those used for hot and cold water dispensers and soap dispensers. They shoot high-pressure water jets into an upside-down cup to effectively clean hard-to-reach areas and even break down stains and residue. You simply place the cup upside down on the cup rinser and press down on the cup.

Ready to upgrade your kitchen? A cup washer makes your kitchen more advanced; it’s also a great helper. LumBuy offers a variety of cup rinsers. Why not take a look?


A cup washer , also called a cup rinser, a cup cleaner, or a glass rinser, is used to clean bottles and cups in the kitchen. It helps you clean all kinds of glass, such as tumblers, beer glasses, coffee glasses, cocktail glasses, wine glasses, and even baby bottles.

It works by spraying high-pressure jets of water into upside-down cups and bottles. Gravity and a quick rinse work together to wash away hard-to-reach areas and break down stains and residue. Usually, you can install it in any sinkhole or on the countertop.

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Many people have no experience buying a cup rinser and do not know how to find its good features. Next, we give you the answers one by one.

  • Performance
Speed, detergent usage, energy consumption, water, and materials are important factors. All of these can affect the life of the machine.

  • Versatility
A good cup rinser should be able to clean and sanitize all kinds of cups, such as wine glasses, coffee cups, etc.

  • Size
The size of the machine and space requirements are important factors. A proper cup rinser can clean more cups in less time.

  • Appearance
The appearance of a cup rinser is crucial as it influences the restaurant's atmosphere and is pleasing to the eye.

Installation may vary from cup washer to cup washer. However, generally, you will need the mounting holes, a tee adapter and the water supply line. The mounting holes should be far enough away from your faucet. In addition, the height clearance above the cup rinser allows you to put in the cup.

1. Please close both valves (hot and cold water).

2. Keep the base of the cup rinser facing upward.

3. Insert the mounting handle through the hole in the base.

4. Slide the support washer under the base and over the shank.

5. If you need a spacer, place it under the support washer.

6. Place the cup washer into the mounting hole.

7. Make sure the wastewater can drain into the sink.

8. Connect the water supply line and tee adapter to the water supply.

9. Unthread the hot or cold water supply line.

10. Connect the tee adapter to the existing water supply line.

11. And thread both the supplied water supply line and the existing water supply line onto the adapter.

12. Screw the provided water supply line onto the shank.

13. Attach the actuator arm to the centre nozzle.

14. Make sure the actuator arm is aligned with the nozzle, and the arm is tilted down.

15. Check for leaks.

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Cup rinsers are very affordable, and their results are surprising. The powerful rinse and no-splash feature make it a perfect choice. By washing the cup upside down, food residue will not be left on the cup's walls. You will no longer find residues in your drinks.

If you clean all kinds of cups, baby bottles or narrow-rimmed bottles, a cup rinser can save time. It also saves you water in the long run!

You place the cup face down on the cup rinser and press down on the cup. After this, the machine shoots many water jets to rinse the cups. At the same time, the wastewater will automatically drain into the sink to minimize spills.

Keeping your glasswasher clean will make the machine last longer and result in cleaner glassware. Generally speaking, the instruction manual should tell you how to clean it. If there is no instruction manual, you can search online.

1. Scrub gently with a brush to remove dirt.

2. Use a high-quality detergent.

3. Rinse the glasswasher with hot water to remove clogs.

Most cup rinsers are compact and can be placed on any countertop. As a result, space is usually not an issue.