Clean a Stovetop Coffee Maker
Cleaning a stovetop coffee maker requires little effort. There is a misconception that they will not need to be cleaned because they are stainless steel or aluminum pots. However, the coffee pots will corrode eventually if not cleaned regularly due to the coffee oils and particulates that are left in the coffee maker. These particles will oxidize and burn in the metal if not removed. Allowing water to sit will degrade the unit as well.
Time estimate for cleaning: 10 minutes
Time estimate for stain removal: 1-2 hours
This Skill provides step-by-step instructions for how to clean a stovetop coffee maker, including:
1. Cleaning the coffee maker
2. Descaling the coffee maker
3. Cleaning a burned stovetop coffee maker
You will need the following:
1. Dish soap
2. Clean towel
4. Soft sponge or cloth
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Cleaning the Coffee Maker
Descaling the Coffee Maker
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