Use a detergent pod
Boil water that just fills the coffee pot. Add a standard kitchen detergent box to the pot. Put the pot in the sink and pour enough hot water to fill it completely. If it is knocked down, placing it in the sink will help avoid any annoying accidents. After 30 minutes, pick up a long-handled spoon and gently stir the contents. Empty the pot and rinse thoroughly until no detergent remains.
Soak in vinegar
Vinegar, baking soda and lemon juice are just a few of the many versatile cleaning ingredients you may already have in your kitchen. Please note that in each case, you will need a long-handled scrubber. This will help you go directly into the coffee machine and clean it thoroughly after each secret ingredient has worked its magic. This method works best if you can heat the coffee maker on the stove. If you are not sure whether it is safe to do so, try using pre-boiled water. Add equal proportions of water and vinegar to the pot until it is full. Boil the mixture on the stove for a few minutes. Stop heating and let the coffee maker cool down until it is safe to operate. Use a scrubber to gently remove the inside of the pot. Empty the pot and continue to rinse until any vinegar smell is eliminated.
Scrub with baking soda
This is very similar to the vinegar method, if you still have a problematic pot, this is the next logical step. Add a cup of baking soda to the coffee machine, and then pour hot water. Stir it and let it sit for a few minutes. Grab the long-handled scrubber in the front and really start from the side and bottom. When finished, empty the coffee pot, add more hot water, and let it sit for half an hour.
Sprinkle with salt and lemon juice
Rinse the pot with warm water and place it upside down on a rack until it is completely dry. Cut the lemon into sections and squeeze the lemon slices into the coffee pot. Try to pour the juice on the bottom of the pot, not on the side of the pot. Take some standard tablet salt and pour a layer on top of the lemon juice. Add enough salt to form a complete layer of salt on the bottom of the coffee pot.
Gently stir the lemon juice/salt mixture for about thirty seconds. You want to make sure to apply a good coating on this mixture. Put the pot in a safe place and leave it undisturbed overnight. The next day, pick up a long-handled brush and scrub the bottom of the pot as much as possible. Some stubborn fragments will loosen, but it takes quite a bit of encouragement to get off the base completely. Rinse the coffee machine with hot water, and then continue to rinse until there is no residual lemon smell.
This is a difficult question to answer, because it depends on how often you use the coffee machine to a large extent.
If you notice any changes in the taste of the coffee, this is a good sign and it's time to clean the coffee maker.
As far as general cleaning is concerned, you do not need to over-clean, but try to clean at least once a month.
The more regularly you complete this process, the less work it will require in the long run.
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