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Coffee Makers Review

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This is some useful info I know from my own experience and from internet about coffee makers review. You often ask what the best coffee maker review is and how long it will serve you. A great deal depends on how you care about it. It is very important to keep your coffee maker clean, so that it worked for a long time and you could serve the best aromatic coffee.

These are several advices how to keep your maker clean:

Wash your coffee makers review pot and filter container thoroughly with a lot of fresh water and plenty of soap at least once a week. Bitter oils stick to the glass container and plastic filter holder. Btw, the flavor of your coffee may improve instantly after you washed filter container and the glass pot! Another trick is every time you use your coffeepot, put a couple of drops of liquid dishwashing detergent in the pot and run hot water into the pot. Let this sit on the counter till you need it again, rinse and you are ready to go. This does not replace the weekly or washing but helps keep maker cleaner between washings. Of course, don't put dishwashing detergent in the pot if you are making another pot right away. Some drip coffee makers require periodic cleansing with a solution of water and vinegar. If you have a coffee/teapot, the inside of which is stained with oily brown residues - also plastic/metal coffee filters, tea strainers, and stainless steel sinks in caffeine-o-phile houses - they can be restored to a shining, brand-spanking-new state by washing in hot washing powder (detergent). Get a large plastic jug, add 2 or 3 heaped tablespoons of Daz Automatic or Bold or whatever, and about a pint of hot water - just off the boil is the best. Swill the jug around until the detergent is dissolved, and then pour into tea/coffeepot, and let it stand for 5 minutes, swilling the pot around occasionally, just to keep the detergent moving. Put the lid on and shake it a few times (care: slippery + hot) Repeat as necessary. Keep it hot with a little boiling water if needed. If you have a cafetiere, disassemble it, and soak the parts in the mixture for a few minutes, agitating occasionally. In both cases, the residue just falls off with almost no scrubbing. It does great things with overused filter machine filters, too.