Compared to other frothers I’ve tried, the Capresso Froth Pro is a bit of a mixed bag. This model differs from others in that it has a metal carafe that sits on the stove. It also has three modes: cold, hot, and warm (yes, the buttons are arranged in that order). Capresso did great work with frothing oat milk (hot and cold), cold whole milk, warm skim milk, and cold soy milk, but it struggled with the rest. For oat milk, the warm mode seemed to work better than the hot mode and produced a foam that was easier to pour, but both modes performed similarly with other milk. Simply put, for the money, you’d probably be better off with a more versatile (and affordable) model than this Capresso. The metal carafe and plastic lid of the Capresso Froth Pro are dishwasher
safe. If you don’t spill or the decanter overflows, you shouldn’t really need to clean the base, but if you do, simply wipe it down with a wet cloth.