How to clean a coffee pot using steam
There's nothing like a delicious cup of coffee to get your day started. In fact, for many people, having their morning cup of Joe is one of the main things that gets them out the door. And, whether you prefer your coffee black, iced or decaffeinated, one thing's for certain: a dirty coffee maker is likely to make anyone cringe.
Yet, just because you notice grime and residue in your appliance doesn't mean you need to start making daily runs to Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks. It also doesn't mean that you need to start wasting money on cleaning agents that are toxic and incredibly harsh smelling.
All you have to do is use one machine to get the job done: a Sargent Steam BRZ2 steamer. Using the BRZ2 will allow you to disinfect without chemicals in an easy and efficient way, and help your appliances look sparkling new in no time.
First, unplug your coffee maker before you begin the cleaning process. Fill the steam generator with water and wait a minute for it to heat up. Then, take the angled nozzle and blast the heated water vapor around the coffee maker. Pay special attention to pot, which is notorious for collecting yucky slime and residue.
Apply the steam around the buttons of the apparatus and around the top where the water filter is located. In a matter of minutes, this handy appliance will look so much cleaner. After using the BRZ2 on your coffee maker, you'll notice how much fresher your coffee tastes. And, when you have friends coming over to visit, the coffee you serve will taste so good that it just might have them wondering if you once worked at Starbucks!