Clean Coffee Maker, Better Coffee

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Clean Coffee Maker, Better Coffee

Posted on May 25 2011 at 08:02:46 AM in How-To

There is nothing better than a nice cup of coffee in the morning, isn't it? Probably you also start your day in this way but did you notice something strange lately? If your coffee doesn't taste as good as before, may be it's high time to clean your automatic coffee maker. Do you know how to do it?

There is no need to call cleaners London only because of this simple problem. You could easily manage also by yourself just for few minutes. What would you need?

- vinegar

- water

It is not so much as you thought, is it? Let's see now what you should do with these components. Fill the reservoir of your coffee machine with two parts of cold water and one part of white vinegar. Turn it on and let it cycle through. When it is ready, just switch off the coffee maker and leave the pot to cool for around half an hour. This would let the vinegar and water solution dissolve all left coffee oils and hard water deposits in the pot as well as in your coffee maker. When the liquid in the pot is cold enough just pour it and wash the pot with washing liquid and warm water. Next step is to remove the vinegar mixture from your coffee maker. At the end of the day, you don't want your coffee to taste a bit sourly in the morning, do you? If you want to rid out of it, all you should do is to cycle few pots of cold water. Actually it should be enough to do it twice. You could successfully remove any grime from the outside surface of your coffee maker if you wipe it with a damp cloth and some baking soda.

It wouldn't take you much time to clean your coffee machine and to enjoy again a lovely cup of coffee in the morning. If you use domestic cleaning services of cleaners London, probably they would take care your coffee maker to be always clean but if not, this article could be useful for you.

 

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Author: lisaheader
Created: May 25 2011 at 08:02:46 AM
Updated: May 25 2011 at 08:04:02 AM
Category: How-To
Language: English

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