Special coffee moments
and a clean coffee maker
When was the last time you were out in the elements with
only the sky for the roof and the ground for the floor?
How many times have you been outdoors with your family
enjoying the scenery and the beauty of the wild?
During those times what did you share as you reminisced
about the good times? Coffee?
Yes, Coffee, the caffeine packed, antioxidant
rich and most flexible of God's entire gifts to man.
Coffee has shared our lives in many more ways than one.
For some it is that first cup of coffee that they made
for a special someone. For
others, it is that cup of coffee they shared on a cold
There are a few things to consider to make that cup of
coffee just as memorable. Among them is keeping your
coffee maker sparkling clean.
And here's How To Clean A Coffee Maker
It is one thing to buy a coffee maker. The challenging
part is maintaining it. This chore not only involves
replacing the old filter with a new one because there
are other things that need to be cleaned. Since drip
coffee makers are the most basic and frequently
purchased, here are some tips on how to keep one in good
first thing will be to unplug it from the socket. Once
this is done, the different parts should be removed
separately and cleaned piece by piece. For instance, the
glass pot can be soaked in water and soap, rinsed well
and then left upside down until the inside has dried.
If some coffee has spilled to other parts of the
appliance, you should disassemble it to take a better
look so this can be cleaned properly.
Don't think that everything can be cleaned using a piece
of dry cloth
and some water. Unfortunately, if the deposits are hard
to wash out, it
is time to try something much stronger. Vinegar can be
water and then you can try removing those deposits
Pouring the vinegar and water into the reservoir until
it's full and then
turning on the machine can produce better results. The
maker should be allowed to cool for a few minutes so
that the liquid
contents can be drained.
Check it again and repeat the process if there are
stains and deposits
Since vinegar leaves a certain scent, the best way to
remove it is by
filling the reservoir this time with just water and
running the machine
through a brewing cycle. This should be done two or
three more times
making the coffee drip maker good as new.
The best way to avoid repeating this involved cleaning
procedure is by
cleaning the coffee maker at least once a month with
water. The process itself takes less than an hour - when
your cup of coffee tastes the same when a new batch is
the morning or at any time during the day.