Tips For Cleaning Your Coffeepot

For connoisseurs and novices alike, the art of brewing java can be fun and entertaining. But the cleaning process can be messy and confusing if you don’t know what you’re doing. There can be deposits in hard to clean areas, oils that can ruin the flavour, and bacteria that can contaminate the drink. The importance of cleaning your pot and equipment correctly cannot be stressed enough. If you want to know how to do this correctly, here are some steps you can take.

With Each Use…
Some equipment is dishwasher safe, like a Bonavita coffee maker 8 cup. You won’t need to worry too much about putting this in along with your regular washing up. With most other types, however, you should disassemble the removable parts and hand wash them at the sink with soap and water. Wipe down the outer areas, especially wherever there are spills. Moisture can remain sometimes, so leave the device open to air dry before reusing.
Once a Month…
Your device can have mineral deposits that build up over time. If you notice that your Bruer Cold Brew System takes a little longer to drip, it may be because of such deposits. One easy way to take care of this is use vinegar. Fill your machine with one part white vinegar and one part water. Put a paper filter in, and put on the machine. Halfway through its “brewing”, turn it off and allow it to sit for half an hour. Turn it back on and allow it to finish before pouring out the solution. After rinsing it out, put a new filter in fill with plain water. Turn on the machine for a full run, pour out, and repeat once more. Visit https://www.civilisedaddict.com.au/collections/aeropress 
How to Know When the Coffeepot Needs Cleaning
At times you may find that your java tastes bitterer than usual, ora little rusty. Even if you have been cleaning the machine once a month, changes in the water you are using or bigger mineral deposits can cause the equipment to need a clean earlier. This is not any cause for concern, but it is a sign that you may not be cleaning the device properly, or that it needs more frequent cleaning.
You must take extra care to prevent mould or deposits by using soap and water on a daily basis and performing more thorough maintenance monthly. More complex machinery may require different maintenance procedures. Check with the manufacturer or the user manual of your particular device to make sure you don’t use the wrong procedure.
The cleaning methods above will work for most devices, and will ensure that you cup of Joe always tastes good and your device is always fully functional.