How to Clean Coffee Makers with Vinegar

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To clean a coffeemaker with vinegar, fill up your coffee maker with distilled vinegar. Run your coffee maker with distilled vinegar to clean it with help from a professional cleaner in this free video on cleaning kitchen appliances.

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Hi, my name is Mark Newman-Kuzel. I'm President/CEO of Maid in U.S.A. And today I am going to show you how to clean a coffee maker with vinegar. You are going to need a couple of materials for this. My material of choice is white distilled vinegar. Possibly a little bit of soap and water, a sponge and a towel. What you are going to want to do is take your coffee maker here, some white distilled vinegar. I'm going to take the white distilled vinegar along with some water that I am going to have in my tea pot. Fill that up. And I am going to pour the white distilled vinegar just a heavy dollop or two. Put that up. We are going to pour the vinegar and water mixture into the container in the back there where you normally put your water for your coffee. Put your pot there, you can plug it in. And push on. And however long your coffee maker takes to make your coffee. The white distilled vinegar and water concoction will run it's way through there cleaning everything out including the mineral deposits. I highly recommend running warm water through it one more time so your coffee doesn't taste like vinegar. And that's how you do it. My name is Mark Newman-Kuzel of Maid in USA, and that's how you clean a coffee maker with white distilled vinegar.

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