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How to Clean a Glass Coffee Carafe

How to Clean a Glass Coffee Carafe

On the other hand, knowing how to clean a glass coffee carafe is half the battle. Glass coffee carafes are extremely popular in restaurants, but how do these folks keep them so clean and spotless? The solution is to use a few hidden cleaning techniques. Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about cleaning a glass coffee carafe.

Cleaning a Glass Coffee Carafe

Because glass is non-porous, most cleansers are safe to use on it. To keep your glass carafes streak-free and stain-free, use only the best cleaning products.

When it comes to cleaning, less is more. After each recipe, dry your coffee pot upside-down with a paper towel.

How to Clean a Coffee Carafe with Vinegar and Baking Soda

Many surfaces can be cleaned with vinegar and baking soda, even coffee carafes. Baking soda is great for removing coffee stains off mugs and carafes. Here's how to clean a coffee carafe with vinegar and baking soda.

Recipe with Vinegar and Baking Soda

  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 liter of water
  • vinegar,

Make a thick paste of baking soda and water. Use this paste to remove coffee stains from your coffee pot. For lighter, newer stains, baking soda alone may be sufficient.

Pour enough vinegar in the carafe to cover the baking soda, then swirl it around. The chemical reaction helps remove stains from the carafe.

Clean coffee carafes on a regular basis using dish soap.

Coffee carafes can be cleaned with regular dish soap. Whether you do this daily, weekly, or monthly will impact how much stain removal is required later. You can use Dawn or another brand of dish soap to clean your carafe, or you can make your own using this formula.

Cleaning with Dish Soap

  • 1 tsp dish detergent
  • Warm water
  • Sponge or soft cloth

Fill your carafe with hot water and a tablespoon of dish soap. Let the soapy water settle in your carafe for a while. This is also a good opportunity to clean your coffee maker.

Then clean up any stains with a sponge or soft cloth. Some (gentle) elbow grease may be required. Rinse your carafe thoroughly after cleaning it with dish soap. You don't want soapy coffee.

Sanitize and stain-Lift Carafes with White Vinegar

White vinegar can be used alone or in combination with baking soda to remove stains and sterilize. This procedure is great for cleaning both your coffee maker and its carafe.

White Vinegar Vinegar Recipe

  • 1 pound white vinegar
  • Water

Fill your coffee carafe with white vinegar, then with water. Next, fill your coffee maker's reservoir with vinegar and water. Brew it without coffee.

This will clean your coffee maker and your carafe at the same time. After soaking your carafe in vinegar water for several minutes, rinse both the coffee machine and the carafe with normal water.

This will give you a clean coffee pot. Also, vinegar and water make a great homemade glass cleaner!

Lemon and salt for cleaning coffee carafes

This coffee carafe cleaning method uses lemon juice, salt, and ice cubes from your kitchen. It removes even the toughest coffee stains, and it cleans coffee pots quickly and easily. Swish the mixture around to remove stains.

Lemon Juice and Salt Recipe:

  • 1 lemon (or 2 tablespoons lemon juice)
  • 3 tablespoons coarse salt
  • 1 pound crushed ice

Begin by adding coarse salt inside your carafe, concentrating on the stained spots. Then add the lemon juice and crushed ice. Swish the ice around the coffee pot.

The ice and salt scrape away stains, while the lemon's acid lifts them. Scrub stubborn spots with a sponge if needed. Rinse with cold water; hot water on a chilled glass carafe can break it.

Remember that lemon juice is a great cleanser for hard water buildup. Apply the juice for ten minutes, then wash away any hard water stains.

Clean up with coffee cleaner.

Of course, the best way to remove coffee stains is to use a coffee cleaner. A DIY cleaner will rarely match the potency of commercial cleaning solutions, yet some individuals will avoid it due to its chemical composition and artificial nature.

Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines for coffee cleaning. Some cleaners need you to run your coffee maker, while others scour or soak away stains.

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