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Cleaning Your Coffee Maker

June 22, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Cleaning Commercial Coffee Pots

May 21, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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How do I clean my coffee pot heat?

The inside of my coffee pot heat is dirty and hard to get a brush on all surfaces inside the pot. I also do not want to get all scratched. What type of commercial cleaners can I use to really get the pot clean?

Easy I do this on my Stanley thermos preheat the pot and let it rest. Boil water pour in water Preheat to 1 tablespoon of dish soap granular Pour boiling water for about 1 / 2 inch full seal and shake It Up. let stand overnight and rinse well, you'll be surprised what comes out lol

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Cleaning With Vinegar Coffee Pot

March 30, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Green Cleaning Products – Using three ingredients cooking

Natural Cleaning Products can potentially wipe out all your fears of exposure chemical during cleaning. As it is organic, it is less expensive and much safer. The deepening of the effects of conventional and chemical solutions based cleaning is actually a preferable option.

Instead of keeping your Home to be a breeding ground for bacteria and germs, produced chemically cleaning products, in a way that makes it work in reverse. Its ingredients are toxic to your home a source of disease. Its effects well beyond your home, posing as a threat to the environment.

To avoid this, it is time for you to spend on products Green Cleaning. You can choose to buy or produce your own. Each of these approaches will prove more profitable than toxic solutions base.

Since the purchase of environmentally friendly products for cleaning does not work, except from making sure it is of course and effective, this article focuses more on production of your own natural cleaning solutions.

Most of the ingredients needed to produce your own natural cleaning products are cheap and easily acquired. They can always be found on the kitchen cabinets. Otherwise, they can be purchased your local grocery store.

For a cheaper but still effective alternatives for cleaning, here are a few household ingredients that you can mix and match with some of their uses thereof.

Baking soda

When combined with water, this powder can be used excellent as a paste for polishing and cleaning. You can be best used on ceramics and has also been shown to be useful on the Elimination rust spots. Aside from there, you can also use baking soda as a deodorant.

– Wipe the tiles and ceramic using of sponge dipped in baking soda.

– Before vacuuming, sprinkle a small amount of baking soda the carpet, then let it sit for 10 minutes to absorb odors.

– Put a box of baking soda on the refrigerator once every three months deodorizing.

– In a rust affected area, make a paste of baking soda with water, then spread over the affected area. Let sit then rub off.


Vinegar is an all purpose cleaner. The acid can be used to remove tile grout and toilet seats and can be used for cleaning stoves, counters and furniture too. In some cases you might need to mix with water.

– On clogged drains and pipes, boil vinegar and pour down.
– To remove stains from coffee, simply wipe white vinegar on the cups and pots, then rinse.
– For toilet seats and stains, pour vinegar toilet, wait 10 minutes before rinsing.

Lemon juice

Even with vinegar, lemon juice is an acid too if it can be used in many ways similar. It can be used as an alternative for removing coffee stains and hard water deposits. It is also very useful in cleaning and polishing brass and copper and rub spots. Besides, it can also be used as a deodorant.

– Mix it with vinegar or baking soda to form the dough for good dishes, and other surfaces.
– As a sanitizer, lemon peel placed on waste disposal.
– For hardwood furniture polish, lemon juice mixed with 1 ½ cup of olive oil.

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Cleaning Coffee Maker

March 29, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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How do I clean the coffee machine had mold in it?

My stepmother was there nearly three months and made coffee. And I forgot to throw the filter. So I just found last night and it is extremely musty. Well I took the filter holder and place in the dishwasher, but I need to know is if I put vinegar in the pot coffee kill the mold on I can not remember parts?

Use bleach or Clorox cleaning in areas that had mold and there and you'll never be able to say.

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Espresso Machine Cleaning

March 17, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Cleaning Coffee Stains

March 11, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Are stains in a cup of coffee harmful to your body?

This clever guy made this comment today "you have to clean that mug, you'll be sick of the bacterium, "Well I clean the cup every day. he spots it just tea and coffee. Is it safe for me?

I do not know the stains of coffee is bad for you, but if you want a quick way to clean them, I found one that will make you give up coke! since I had just finished my last cup of coffee one day and wanted a Coke, I decided to use a cup instead of a dirty glass, when I finished the Coke, the inside of my mouth was sensational! Coke had traveled the coffee stains that I could rub no matter what I tried. so do not worry about those coffee stains, just stop drinking coke, I could be dangerous! lol, enjoy, and good luck!

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Espresso Machines Cleaning

March 5, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Cockroach in espresso machine?

Hey. I have a group two Appia Nuova Simonelli and for the last two mornings I've just seen a cockroach roaming on top of it. when I am there to kill him .. He disappears inside. Do I have an infestation? I called the pest and I still see. I do recall them? Should I take it part and clean? " important than other. Thank you.

DO NOT break the roach or nothing. Every time you step on or one that only lays eggs! This machine needs a good cleaning. disassemble and scrub good! Call the fight against pests and explain everything!

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Coffee Cleaning Brush

February 23, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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In the morning, when should you brush your teeth?

I'm curious, would it be better for your teeth if you brushed soon as you wake up? Take before or after breakfast? Or your teeth as clean after you have your morining coffee?

In fact, you brush teeth in the morning to rid the mouth of the bacteria that accumulates during the night. After about eight hours, it is time to brush before you start to attack your teeth and gums. Of course, it is always good to brush after eating (especially if sugar is involved or staining substances such as coffee) to prevent a large number of bacteria accumulate and / or staining of teeth. – Reuse Your Keurig K-Cups (short)


Coffee Cleaning Products

February 11, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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What products can I use to clean the scratches off glass?

We are trying to clean up our coffee table and it has some minor scratches. All someone please help!

WD-40 …. no joke this thing has 101 uses amazing, and scratches out of glass cleaning is just one them!

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Coffee Machines Cleaning

January 1, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Kraft Foods green efforts to help employees create revenue for change That recipe calls for food scraps, coffee grounds, to automobile mechanics, used batteries, bags, cotton and a team running for good measure? Â This is not an enigma, some of the ingredients Kraft Foods employees use to cook a recipe for positive change by going green!
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