How to Clean a Glass Coffee Pot using Vinegar
Coffee pots are an essential part of a morning routine, but if not taken care of, your coffee can quickly become to a dull and dirty experience. Keeping it clean is important, and one of the best ways to do this is by using vinegar. Here is a step-by-step guide to cleaning that glass pot without fuss.
Step 1: Making up the Cleaning Solution
You will need:
- A large bowl or pitcher
- Hot water
- White Vinegar
Fill up the bowl or pitcher with hot water and add ¼ cup of white vinegar, you can use other vinegar too, but white vinegar is the most effective.
Step 2: Soaking the Coffee Pot
Submerge the coffee pot into the vinegar-water solution and let it soak for at least fifteen minutes. This will help to soften the build-up of minerals and deposits that could have been left behind in the pot.
Step 3: Scrubbing the Pot
Once the pot has been soaking in the solution, grab a scrubber or sponge and scrub around the inside of the pot. You should use a soft-bristled brush to avoid any scratches and make sure you get into all the nooks and crannies.
Step 4: Rinse and Dry
Once the pot is clean, rinse it with warm water and then dry it with a soft cloth. Make sure it is completely dry before you put it away.
Step 5: Enjoy your Clean Pot
Once you’ve completed these steps, your pot should be ready to use and you can now enjoy a cup of coffee made with the cleanest of pots!
Remember: Cleaning your pot regularly will help to keep it looking as good as new and your coffee tasting great.