Question about DeLonghi Caffe Nabucco BCO70 Espresso/Coffee Maker
Just get the regular cleaner for descaling coffee machines. that has citric acid in it.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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needs something stronger than basic dish soap to remove it. Citric acid and
vinegar are both very good products for cleaning coffee pots. Using a ratio of
about one part citric acid to 20 parts water, brew the pot of coffee as you
normally would. After that, do another 2 cycles of 'brewing' using just plain
water. This should clean your coffee pot out nicely. Good luck.
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