How to Clean Glass Coffee Pot
Are you a coffee lover looking for a quick, effective way to clean a glass coffee pot? Glass coffee pots can get stained with mineral deposits, oils, and residue from the coffee grounds over time. Keeping your coffee pot clean is essential to ensure it is making great tasting coffee. Follow the steps below to get your coffee pot clean and looking as good as new!
What You Will Need
- White Vinegar
- Baking Soda
- Dish Soap
- Remove the Filter –
Remove the coffee grounds and filter from the pot, dispose of coffee grounds, and rinse and scrub the filter.
- Fill Pot with Vinegar –
Fill your coffee pot with equal parts white vinegar and water. Allow it to sit for up to 30 minutes, depending on the amount of build up.
- Scrub the Stains –
After 30 minutes, grab a sponge and scrub down any areas that are discolored or have stubborn spots.
- Rinse with Water –
Once you’ve scrubbed down the inside of the coffee pot, rinse the pot thoroughly with water until all the vinegar is gone.
- Make a Baking Soda Scrub –
If there are still stubborn spots, mix some baking soda with a small amount of dish soap. Put the mixture onto a sponge, and scrub gently in small circles.
- Rinse –
Once you’ve scrubbed all the stains away, rinse off the baking soda scrub and be sure to get rid of any residual baking soda.
- Allow to Dry –
Finally, set your clean glass coffee pot aside and let it air dry.
Cleaning your glass coffee pot is essential in order to make sure that you are getting the best tasting coffee. All it takes is some white vinegar, baking soda, dish soap, and a few minutes of your time. Follow the steps above and you’ll be sure to have a clean, sparkling glass coffee pot!