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How To Keep You Coffee Maker Clean?
Everybody loves coffee and our day doesn’t start until and unless we have a brewing cup
of coffee early in the morning. Thanks to the coffee maker we don’t have to put in much
effort to make coffee. So, it becomes very important to keep the coffee maker clean to
enjoy the brewing cup of coffee daily. When we think about cleaning the kitchen,
cleaning the coffee machine might be the last thing that we think of cleaning. We don’t
even realise that it might be the germiest spot in the kitchen. In fact a study has
revealed that often coffee makers hold more bacteria and germs than the toilet seat.
So to enjoy the healthy and tasty coffee, the coffee maker needs to be washed
frequently. From time to time getting a professional coffee equipment servicing is
mandatory. Every time you make coffee in the machine, wash the removable parts of
the coffee maker to remove oil, grinds and coffee. Use warm and soapy water to wash
them and also wipe down the outside and warming plates thoroughly. After washing
them, dry the equipments so that no moisture is left. After all, wet places attract
bacteria. For more info please visit Commercial Espresso machines
Constant use of the machine can cause hard water minerals to build up in the machine
and which can in return hamper the proper working of the machine, coffee might take
longer than usual time to drip. To get the machine back into its perfectly working state
the machine needs to be thoroughly cleansed or ‘decalfied’. White vinegar works wonder
for the cleansing. Soak all the removable parts of the machine in a mixture. The crevices
that are difficult reach can be cleaned using baking soda and tooth brush. Use the
canned air to eliminate and remove dust particles from inside and outside of the coffee