Need some advice about Coffee Pot Cleaning? The coffee pot in the picture was ours. Yes a little disgusting isn’t? But surprising it didn’t take much effort to clean.
Just add a Cup of Baking Soda to your Coffee Pot then fill with warm water. Let it sit for a couple of hours. Any stubborn stains will come off with a soft brush. We tried this on our Coffee Pot and it cleaned up as good as new as the picture shows.
In addition to what you can visibly see, there may be a build up of mineral deposits and oil in your Coffee Maker which could start to affect enjoyment of your morning cuppa.
Run a pot of one-part white vinegar and two-parts water through the brewing cycle. Then follow that up with two full pots of water simultaneously run through the brewer. The two extra pots of water will act as a rinse on the vinegar that has been used.
We suggest you do this every couple of months or so.
Welcome to our new Dang Good Blog. The name: “A Dang Good Blog” may be a little presumptuous but it’s meant to be lighthearted and tongue-in-cheek. Simply, it’s in keeping with our business name. Obviously, we hope it will live up to its name too.
I am Karen Norman, Co-Owner of Dang Good Carpet and Furnace Cleaning. If you would like to know more about me and my role(s) in the Company, please see our About Page.
So here we will post about the following:
As time goes on, our categories may change. For example, we have found there is a strong connection between pets, carpets, and stains. Naturally, Pets as a category is likely to get added very soon. We are hoping to make our blog both fun and informative and obviously Dang Good. We sure hope you will enjoy it. If you have suggestions, (polite ones please), let us know. If its congruent with what we are about, we will do our best to include the topic.
The word: “Blog” is short for the Word: “Weblog”. It’s an Online Journal of sorts. Journaling is a great way for us to keep you informed about the progress of our Carpet and Furnace Cleaning Business.