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Old 12-03-2011, 08:48 PM   #15
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Anyone using a french coffee press? What do you think of them compared to a drip?

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We have a French Press as well, makes a very nice bodied coffee. We also use a Mr. Coffee type at times. Cleanup on the press isn't that bad.
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I have never been successful using vinegar. It works fine with the inner workings that heat the water, but does nothing on the plastic pot top. The stains on there seem eternal, and I have used every chemical in the shop, including lacquer thinner and ammonia. My final solution was to buy a black pot, which does not show any stains. The crack support team at Mr. Coffee had NO suggestions on a cleaning solution or procedure.
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Old 12-05-2011, 08:11 PM   #17
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awesome, at any dollar store takes coffee stains off most things.
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Old 12-05-2011, 08:59 PM   #18
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If you don't have urn cleaner, bleach is the next best thing. It works great on tea urns as well. 15 years in the business liquid bleach does the job....now if you get a hold of powdered bleach what out it will burn your hands if in comes in direct connect with them.
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Freeosme, is Awsome a product name,or is the name of this awesome product hidden somewhere else in the post?
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CLR works great on all parts of my Bunn. Just be sure to rinse well before brewing a new pot.
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Great product made in San Antonio called Sani-Vac. Squirt into glass pot swirl around and rinse. Dirtier pots may need wiping with paper towell. Very inexpensive as well.

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