The Best Way To Clean A Cuisinart Coffee Maker

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First things first, turn off your Cuisinart coffee maker and unplug it from the electrical outlet to prevent accidents. Let the machine cool before dampening (it shouldn’t be soaking wet) a clean microfiber cloth and running it over the exterior. If you encounter a few stubborn coffee stains, combine a few drops of mild dish soap with water in a small bowl. Don’t add soap with a heavy hand, or you’ll be left with streaks and stains. Additionally, steer clear of abrasive scouring pads to avoid damaging the finish. Dip a fresh microfiber cloth in the solution and wring out the excess prior to wiping the exterior.

Follow this up by lifting the appliance’s lid to remove the coffee filter and used coffee grounds. You can either store used coffee grounds to reuse around your home and garden or simply dump them out. As for the filter, give it a cleansing bath by combining mild dish soap with warm water. Alternatively, place it on the top rack of your dishwasher. 

Follow a similar cleaning process for the coffee carafe after ensuring it is empty. Once the filter and carafe look spotless, dry them with a lint-free cloth before returning them to their designated spot. While the oils in coffee build up over time, following this simple cleaning routine on a daily basis will minimize the issue, so you can always enjoy a fresh pot of coffee.

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