Clean Coffee pots and percolators,as suggested by Dial-A-Maid in Evanston, Il 60201, by filling them with water, adding 4 tablespoons salt, then bring the salt water to a boil. Let the hot water sit and cool, then pour it out and rinse well.
Clean your coffee maker by pouring 1 pint white vinegar in the basket and topping it off with water. Turn on the coffee maker and let it brew a cup of the vinegar and water. Turn it off and let it stand for half an hour, then turn it back on. Let it finish brewing the pot of vinegar and water, then empty the pot, rinse it out, and fill the reservoir with water. Brew the pot of plain water. Empty, rinse, then brew another pot of plain water.
Boil white vinegar in tea kettles and coffee pots to clean out the mineral deposits. Let the vinegar cool before pouring it down the drain. Rinse with clean water. You'll have a great smelling and tasting coffee, for sure, with using all natural ingredients to get rid of coffee and tea stains and smells.
Coffee Grinders should be wiped out inside after each use. Wash them with a soft, damp cloth. Wash the top as you would a dish, once a week.
Clean your glass carafe after every use as you would a dish, otherwise oils can build up and cause the coffee to become bitter. Once a week, run a cycle with white vinegar instead of water, with no coffee, then follow that with three or four cycles of hot water.Dial-A-Maid Cleaning Service in Evanston, Il 60201, strongly suggest you clean your coffee pot, tea kettles, and coffee carafes at least once per week to keep them clean and free of any mineral deposits and chemical contamination.