Get up in the morning and squeeze a glass of fresh juice or a bowl of soy milk, which not only refreshes your mood, but is also very beneficial to your health.
We all know that "the sound will bounce back to the human ear through the walls of the room, and then be superimposed and enhanced." Don't underestimate this. Sometimes just move the mixer slightly away from the wall, the noise will be much quieter.
As long as the mixer and the wall are separated by more than 5 cm, the noise can be significantly reduced-maybe not very much, but the effect is quite obvious. If space permits, keep the mixer as far away from the wall as possible.
The towel can stabilize the vibration of the mixer to the greatest extent and absorb a lot of sound at the same time. If liquid spills out during the mixing process, it will also be absorbed by the towel and will not stain the cooking table.
Dish cloth is fine, but I recommend thicker towels. Of course, as long as the silicone foot pad and foam are cut to fit, they will also be a very good noise reduction assistant. But the latter needs to be done by yourself, and if it is not made well and the mixer cannot be stabilized, it will get half the result with half the effort. So unless you are very confident in your hands-on ability, a little towel can help you.
Hand-held blenders can also reduce noise by following the above two methods: stay away from the wall, and use towels to stabilize the container for the things that need to be stirred.