How do I clean the inside of a coffee percolator?

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To clean a coffee percolator you can fill it half full with water and 3 tablespoons of cream of tartar or baking soda. Allow the mixture to perk away. Once cool, scrub with a nonabrasive tool.
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How to Clean the Inside of a Coffee Percolator
Coffee percolators are a type of coffeepot that brews coffee by repeatedly forcing hot water through coffee grounds. Although the popularity of percolators has diminished in favor of drip coffee machines, many people still appreciate the robust taste... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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