How to Clean a Black & Decker Coffee Maker

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Black and Decker coffee makers, just like all other brands, get stained when they are used repeatedly over time. Each Black and Decker coffee maker, regardless of the model, will have a coffee pot, filter container, burner, and brewing container to add water. Each one of these parts can get dirty, so to ease your mind and improve the appearance of your Black and Decker coffee maker, clean it regularly, using the following directions.

Things You'll Need

  • Water
  • Vinegar
  • Baking Soda
  • Paper Towels
  • Fill the coffee pot with half water and half vinegar. Pour into the coffemaker.

  • Place 3 tablespoons of baking soda into the coffee pot and place it under the dipenser. Place 1 tablespoon of baking soda into the filter compartment.

  • Rund the coffepot through one brewing cycle. This will run hot water and vinegar through the hoses and drip portion of the coffee maker, as well as mixing it with the baking soda in the filter compartment and in the coffee pot. The baking soda and vinegar mixture powers off coffee stains.

  • Dip a paper towel into the coffee pot and use the vinegar baking soda mixture to wipe the entire outside of the coffee maker.

  • Dump and rinse the coffee pot and filter container. Run the coffee pot through one all water cycle. To rinse the vinegar from the system.

Tips & Warnings

  • Cleaning your coffee maker on a bi-weekly basis will help it last longer.
  • Be careful when cleaning the coffee maker, the burner and the water will be very hot.
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