Sarah has shared her Cleancaf coffeemaker cleaner review.
We're big coffee drinkers in my family, sometimes consuming two or three pots a day. Therefore, while it is often recommended to clean your coffeemaker once a month, we sometimes clean ours twice a month.
I now use Cleancaf to clean my coffee maker, but not always. I used to clean our coffee pot by running vinegar through it, but it somehow lightened the inside of the water reservoir from black to a sickly gray color.
I’ve been told this can happen and not to worry, but I didn’t want to use vinegar anymore. (My brother says it always made the coffee smell like vinegar, but his nose is far more sensitive than anyone else’s.)
I asked around, and my next-door-neighbor, who has oodles of coffee maker cleaners, gave me a packet of Cleancaf to try because it’s non-toxic, and she knows I like to use natural substances.
I was shocked that it didn’t smell like vinegar or leave that strange aftertaste on the tongue. It claimed to be odorless but smelled sort of sweet and nutty to me, which my brother (who has a peanut allergy) didn’t like.
I just dissolved it in water, poured it in, and my pot started brewing like new! It’s so much faster now without all the gunk clogging it. I’ll never use anything else.
Thanks Sarah for sharing your coffee maker cleaner review.
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