You may need a toilet may be necessary if your coffee machine’s usage is excessive, misuse, or neglect.
Your correct using program will determine if you use the regular household bleach. That bleaching process will be cost-effective and efficient to clean your coffee maker.
But be aware that bleach will not disinfect all areas of your coffee machine.
Things that you’ll need:
- Remove the jar (container glass coffee) coffee machine. Empty the coffee out of it. Take the jug to a well-ventilated room, or outside. Pour the bleach into the pitcher, and let it sit for 30 minutes at one hour.
- You should soak it in the jug for 30 minutes to an hour. Then pour the bleach down the drain and clean slowly with plenty of water. Fill the jug with water and rinse at least three to four times.
- Next, you need to clear water by rinses. After that, wash the carafe with standard dishwasher detergent.
- Mix a solution of one part bleach to six parts water. Put on rubber gloves and dip an old sponge in the solution. Clean the exterior of the coffeemaker, paying special attention to the spots. The brown exposure can create stains from that spot.
- Clean the exterior with a clean sponge or cloth soaked in water. Let dry clean again with water and one sponge.