How to Clean a Glass Coffee Pot
A great cup of coffee starts with a sparkling clean coffee pot! If your glass coffee pot has some hard-to-remove sediment build-up, it’s time to give it a deep clean. Cleaning a glass coffee pot is easy and should be done regularly to get the best brewing results every time. Here are the steps you need to follow to get your coffee pot looking like new again:
- Baking soda
- White vinegar
- Toothbrush/Nylon brush
- Empty and rinse the coffee pot. Fill the coffee pot with warm water and shake it around to remove loose coffee grounds and oils. Dump the water into the sink.
- Make a baking soda paste. In a small bowl, mix a tablespoon of baking soda with a few tablespoons of warm water until it becomes a paste.
- Clean the inside of the pot.Use a damp cloth or sponge to spread the baking soda paste inside the pots and coat the interior of the pot evenly. Leave the paste inside the pot for 10-15 minutes to dissolve oily deposits.
- Rinse and dry. Fill the coffee pot with warm water and gently shake it around. Empty the pot, then rinse with clean water and dry completely with a cloth.
- Fill with vinegar solution. Combine ½ cup of white vinegar with 2 cups of warm water and fill the coffee pot. Allow it to stand for 10-15 minutes.
- Scrub with a nylon brush or toothbrush. Use a nylon brush or toothbrush to scrub the inside of the coffee pot, paying extra attention to areas with tough residue.
- Rinse thoroughly. Empty the coffee pot and rinse it out until all of the vinegar solution has been removed.
- Enjoy your cup of coffee! Now you can enjoy a truly delicious cup of coffee with your freshly-cleaned and sparkling glass coffee pot!
Cleaning your coffee pot with this simple and effective method should help keep it clean and sediment-free. Enjoy your freshly brewed coffee pot today!