How do you clean a coffee maker without vinegar?

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One can still clean a coffee maker without using vinegar. Alternatives that one can use for cleaning the coffee maker would be baking soda with water, lemon juice, as well as ice combined with salt. One can also use commercial coffee maker cleaners or simply use dishwashing liquid.
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