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How To Clean A Home Coffee Maker

This article is for home coffee makers that have a heat pump system which heats the water as you pour it in, this is the majority of all home coffee makers. Your coffee maker will be a lot cleaner inside then it was, this process will clean your receiving pan, heat pump system, water lines, and your water delivery tube. If you complete this process once a month your coffee maker will stay fresh, clean, and your coffee will taste fabulous.


Cleaning Your Coffee Maker

    Step 1. Lets start with selecting a quality product like Urnex Coffee Maker Cleaner.

    Step 2. Fill your coffee pot or pitcher with water and pour it into your coffee maker, make sure you put your coffee pot back under the brew basket.

    Step 3. Pour 1 packet of cleaner into the coffee pot and place the coffee pot under the brew basket.

    Step 4. Turn your coffee maker on and let’s brew plain hot water into the coffee pot.

    Step 5. The hot water will activate and mix with the cleaner in the coffee pot.

    Step 6. Swish it around or mix it up with a utensil, now pour the cleaner back into the coffee maker.

    Step 7. Let the cleaner sit in the coffee maker for 10 minutes while it cleans the receiving pan.

    Step 8. Turn the coffee maker on and let it brew the mixture into the coffee pot.

    Step 9. Let the cleaner sit in the coffee pot for 10 minutes, now clean the coffee pot with a Cleaning Brush.

    Step 10. Dump the cleaning solution into your sink and rinse your coffee pot thoroughly.

    Step 11. Now we want to repeat Step 2 and clean out the coffee maker, brew water through at least twice to clean out the coffee maker.

Disinfecting Your Coffee Maker

    Step 1. Let's use 1 cap full of Hydrogen Peroxide and pour that into your coffee pot or pitcher.

    Step 2. Fill your coffee pot or pitcher with water and pour into your coffee maker.

    Step 3. Make sure your coffee pot is now under the brew basket.

    Step 4. Turn your coffee maker on and let's brew into the coffee pot.

    Step 5. Now we want to repeat Step 4 and clean out the coffee maker, brew water through at least twice to clean out the Hydrogen Peroxide.

Not Recommended For Cleaning

  • Vinegar: Although this product can be used as a disinfectant, it would take a very large dose and be minimally effective. Also, it will not clean your coffee maker however it will make your home smell awful.

  • Bleach: This product is widely misused and is highly toxic. You should never pour bleach into your coffee maker, it is much safer to use a recommended coffee maker cleaner.

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