How can I clean my capsule coffeemaker without damaging it? If you’re a coffee lover, I’m sure you’ve asked yourself this question on more than one occasion.
If you look closely at all the tubes and the metal structures that make it up, cleaning it may seem like an impossible task, but then you’ll find that it’s easier than you think.
The two main enemies and causes of dirt are the lime and the remains of the coffee that accumulate inside the machine, so it is important to clean the coffee machine regularly to prevent them from accumulating.
Do you want to know how to clean your coffee machine? Keep reading!
Tips for cleaning your capsule coffee maker
Grandma’s method. Mix half a glass of water with vinegar and lemon juice. Once the mixture is obtained, use it to clean the visible parts of the coffee maker and also the most inaccessible parts.
Use a soft cloth (better if microfiber) to rub the bottom and sides of the brewer.
Decalcify the coffee maker once a month with specific products that remove lime from the coffee maker as well as other traces of dirt.
Cleans with water all over the coffee pot
Change the water in the tank every day and refill it with clean water.
At least once a month it is also recommended to carry out a cleaning cycle with the corresponding degreasing tablets. To do this, place the degreasing material in the ground coffee compartment and start the cycle.
Then switch off the capsule coffee maker and leave it on for about 15 minutes, switch the machine on again and wait until the washing cycle is finished. At the end of the washing cycle, wash the compartment under the tap jet and put it back in place.