If coffee is not for everyone, there will not be for anyone.
Clean your coffee maker with vinegar
To remove debris from your coffee maker, fill it with a mixture of half water and half white vinegar (I would not use lemon vinegar for this),and put it to work normally. When finished, do the same thing twice but only with water.This is good to do once a month, to remove water minerals and the same coffee that accumulate in it. Beware the pitcher, remember that if you add water hot and cold, you break.
1 Watch for the signs that your Mr. Coffee needs cleaning. These signals are: More time for preparation, incomplete preparations and moresteam than usual.
2 Pour coffee residue left inside the glass container. Rinse with tap water and then fill the container with 4 cups of white vinegar. Add 4 cups ofwater and let sit for 20-30 minutes.
3 Empty glass container and rinse the pot with running water inside.Place the container in the coffee heater, empty the compartment for the filter and put a new filter on the inside. Close the compartment.
4 Pour 4 cups of vinegar to the top of the Mr. Coffee, where would the water for the brewing process. Do pass by the coffee vinegar to remove the mineralization in the pipes and the water tank. Over time,water minerals build up on the inside of the machine, which can slowbrewing and give an unpleasant taste.
5 Mr Coffee Turns to a regular cycle of preparation. Let the vinegarthrough the machine until it has fallen all the glass bowl on the heater.
6 Turn off the coffee for heater not hot vinegar into the glass container.Let stand for 30 minutes.
7 Remove the vinegar, discard the paper filter used, place a new one andrepeat steps 4 to 6 with vinegar.
8 Follow steps 4 to 7, but replaces the vinegar to 4 cups of water. Repeat the process as many times as necessary until there is no longer smell of vinegar and water has passed through the coffee.
IF COFFEE IS NOT FOR EVERYONE, THERE WILL NOT BE FOR ANYONE.