Maintenance and Care

Maintenance and Care

Remember that coffee makers, espresso machines and grinders are food processing machines. Coffee is a fruit and contains oils. The other issue is water going thru the machine depositing minerals inside the equipment.



Maintenance and Care Articles


How to clean and descale Keurrig Coffee Maker
How to clean and descale Keurrig Coffee Maker
Category: Maintenance and Care
Posted: 21/05/2014 14:31
Views: 4937
Comments: 0
Synopsis: Coffee is a fruit and as such, every coffee maker needs frequent cleaning. Water leaves behind mineral deposits, scale. De-Scaling your coffee maker frequently increases performance and extends the life expectancy of your coffee machine.

Rating: 2.6/5 (305 votes cast)

Nespresso Cleaning and Descaling Instructions
Nespresso Cleaning and Descaling Instructions
Category: Maintenance and Care
Author: Espresso Planet
Posted: 17/03/2014 16:35
Views: 75396
Comments: 3
Synopsis: Most newer Nespresso Machines are equipped with a descaling alarm. When both product buttons (Espresso and Lungo) LEDs blink during ready mode, your machine needs descaling.

Rating: 2.8/5 (390 votes cast)

Saeco Dezcale Powder
Saeco Dezcale Powder
Category: Maintenance and Care
Posted: 03/10/2013 15:42
Views: 3847
Comments: 0
Synopsis: The Saeco Dezcale descaling powder is no longer available.

Rating: 3.0/5 (346 votes cast)

Saeco Milk Cleaning Powder with new saeco espresso machine not available?
Saeco Milk Cleaning Powder with new saeco espresso machine not available?
Category: Maintenance and Care
Author: Espresso Planet
Posted: 05/07/2013 15:19
Views: 14989
Comments: 0
Synopsis: You just purchased a new Saeco Intelia One-Touch espresso machine or similar and the box came with some saeco milk circuit cleaning powder. Unfortunately, this product is not available any longer. We do have an alternative.

Rating: 3.0/5 (266 votes cast)

How to prime or ventilate a superautomatic espresso machine
How to prime or ventilate a superautomatic espresso machine
Category: Maintenance and Care
Posted: 27/05/2011 12:30
Views: 10174
Comments: 1
Synopsis: Priming is a regular part of having an espresso machine at home. You will have to do it when you first buy a machine and possibly once in a while after that. Basically, you need to clear an air block so the pump can pull in water.

Rating: 3.4/5 (174 votes cast)


 
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