I do not like to use chemicals in my coffee maker so I use a different alternative to clean my coffee maker.
Leftover coffee oils and hard water deposits in your coffee maker can affect the taste of coffee. They can also leave your coffee maker looking nasty.
You can use white vinegar to clean your coffee maker instead of use chemicals to clean it and feel safe.
White vinegar- well clean your coffee maker the concentrate in the white vinger well remove the hard water and the build up from coffee.
White vinegar- Is effective for killing most mold, bacteria, and germs, due to its level of acidity. Cleaning with white distilled vinegar is a smart way to avoid using harsh chemicals.
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I do not like to use chemicals so I Am glad to use a natural solution that cleans my coffee maker.
There is no batter feeling than feeling safe when you use something that is natural
The thought of using chemicals in my coffee maker, and know I am drinking it does not set well with me!
If you feel the some way than you should use this natural substance
and feel you are not harming your body.
Fill the coffee pot all the way full with white vinegar
run it through the coffee maker turn coffee maker on.
Want until done pour out clean coffee pot well
take out the coffee maker parts and clean them well.
Then fill up the coffee pot full of water and run it through the coffee maker
when finished Clean all the parts again and then you are done
Cycle two full pots of cold water through the coffee maker. This will rinse the vinegar-water solution out of the coffee maker.
This is a great way to remove build up
and with out having to use chemicals!
If the coffee maker you are cleaning has not been cleaned on a regular basis, you may want to make another full pot of the same white vinegar and water solution and cycle it through the coffee maker a second time you might want to clean it at least 1 a month.