Silly question: What should i use to clean the heating plate of my Machine? A free drops of coffee always fall on it AND cooks when i remove the pot. I noticed it turned into a Crust in some spots AND would like to clean it properly without further damaging the already beat up plate.
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For the flat enameled plate like the Bunn coffeemakers that we used at work I would soak paper towel in water and wipe it down while it was hot. That seemed to do the trick.
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For what it's worth. Couple tablespoons of salt with hot water does wonders to clean the inside of the pot itself. Just fill half way and swirl to let the salt do the work.
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If it's hard crusty, wet a rag in HOT water and place it on top of the crusty mess. Leave it alone, let it work for awhile. Rinse and repeat as necessary.
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Vinegar. If it has a lip and will retain liquid, put enough to cover the plate and leave it for like and hour and then wipe it up. Otherwise, use the soaked paper towel/rag trick for an hour before cleaning.
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