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How To Clean Cuisinart Coffee Maker

Drinking coffee is one of the most enjoyable tasks for the coffee lovers but cleaning the machine after you are done with drinking is a horrible process. Most people ask that how to clean Cuisinart Coffee Maker in a better and easier way so that they do not have to end up spending the whole evening inside kitchen. Well, if you had the similar question of how to clean Cuisinart coffee maker then you are at the right spot. You will now know the answers in this article. Let’s start.

The first task to clean your Cuisinart coffee maker is to turn the unit off. Make sure that there is no contact with electricity during the whole process of cleaning as it might cause serious damage. Simply start with washing the filter basket as that comes first in the cleaning process. Now touch the lid part and clean it with warm water if possible. It is important to clean the lead with warm water because warm water will help the flavors attached with lid to go away. Cuisinart Coffee Maker CleaningYou can also use a mix of warm water and soap to get better results.

Do not attach the portions immediately once you are done cleaning them. You need to give them enough time to get dried automatically. Obviously, soak with a tissue or a towel once you are done with washing but let those get dried automatically too as it will make them look even better.

Another good idea is to clean the whole machine using damp cloth. If you open up the machine and find that there is not that much dirt inside and on the outer part of your machine, you should not go through the whole trouble of cleaning the machine with soap and water. Simply use a damp cloth and clean the whole machine carefully. This will save you time and the pain of cleaning the machine manually and surprisingly, this works with same effectiveness like the manual cleaning if you have limited dirt in your machine.

Now, apart from the regular cleaning, you should also make sure that you clean the machine with hot water system once in every six months. If you are a massive coffee drinker then you should do it once in every three months. On the other hand, if you just use the machine for the sake of using it, you can do it once in every six months.

Cleaning with hot water system is a bit complex. At first, you will have to add around 32 ounces of white vinegar inside the machine. Now at the same time, you should also dispense around 16 ounces of vinegar in the same machine with hot water. This vinegar will be sent to the inner tank to clean that. After you have done these two steps, wait for around twenty to thirty minutes for the vinegars to show actions. After that, simply turn the machine on and assume that you are going to prepare a cup of coffee without any coffee beans. You will basically use only water to prepare a coffee and the vinegar is already inside the machine. Turn the switch on and perform each and every step properly. At the end, take all the hot water using a cup exactly like what you normally do when there is coffee instead of hot water inside the machine. Did you know that a cup of coffee has 98% of hot water and around 2% of coffee? Yes, that is the true ratio and that is why water is an effective tool to clean your coffee machine once in every three to six months.

After you have finished the hot water cleaning process, it is time to do a final cleaning at the same time. Take more hot water in a big bucket if possible and rinse the machine into it. Keep it there for around two or three minutes as it will help vinegars to go out. Now take the machine from the bucket of hot water and put it inside a bucket of cold water or simply run regular water in both inside and outside parts of the machine. That will be your final step of cleaning the Cuisinart coffee maker.

One Comment


  1. 92Nell

    December 27, 2016 at 12:49 am

    Hi Murphy. I also have a Cuisinart Coffee Maker. But I don’t clean that because I thought that is time consuming. After reading your article, I did it successfully.

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