How to Clean an Electric Coffee Percolator?


To clean an electric coffee percolator, first run JUST hot water through it. Then, run a second round of vinegar through the machine. Finally, wash any parts that are reachable with dish soap and water.
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1. Dump and dispose of the coffee grounds from the basket. Use a spoon or your fingers to remove as many of the grounds as possible. 2. Wash the basket and the basket stem in hot,
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All coffee making is a process of pushing or dripping water through an amount of ground coffee. A percolator has the beans at the top and when the water in the bottom is boiling it
Fill the coffee pot up with cold water and about a cup of vinegar. Let it sit overnight, and then drain, and scrub with abrasive cleanser. Stains will come right out!
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How to Clean an Electric Coffee Percolator
An electric percolator can seem difficult to clean properly. Most require that you do not get water on the base, where the cord plugs in or is attached. This means that you cannot submerse the pot into the kitchen sink to wash it. Nor can you put the pot... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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