Coffee Pot Cleaning Hack
Coffee Pot Cleaning – A Dang Good Cleaning Hack
Need some advice about Coffee Pot Cleaning? In particular the Coffee Staining that clings to the glass? The coffee pot in the picture was ours. Yes a little disgusting isn’t? But surprisingly it didn’t take much effort to clean. The jury is out as to whether stains on the coffee pot glass really affect coffee taste but it sure looks better For information on cleaning the actual coffeemaker, see down below.
Process of Cleaning the Coffee Pot Glass
First make sure your coffeemaker is off and the pot has cooled down. You don’t want to crack the glass or worse hurt yourself. There are two options when doing a Coffee Pot Cleaning
1. Using Baking Soda
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. When we tried this on our Coffee Pot, it cleaned up as good as new as the picture shows.
2. Using White Vinegar
Fill the Coffee Pot with equal measures of vinegar and water. Let it sit for a while; at least twenty minutes. Then empty out the solution Take a soft sponge – something that you would suitably use on a non-stick pan and add some dish soap. Rub the inside of the pot and the stains should easily come off. Rinse well
A Coffeemaker Cleaning Hack
In our opinion, there is nothing quite like the smell of freshly brewed coffee Yet sometimes the taste doesn’t Quite match that delicious aroma. Then you know it’s time to clean your coffeemaker.
In addition to what you can visibly see, there may be a build up of mineral deposits calcium or oil in your Coffeemaker. All of which could start to affect the taste and enjoyment of your morning cuppa.
Again make sure your coffeemaker has been off a while so as to not burn yourself. 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.
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