Bald and Clean

Although I could be referring to myself with a title like that I am not today. If you are into coffee at all then you know how dirty coffee equipment and wares can get. If you have not tried using Joe Glo then you have been missing out. This magic powder whips the parts clean so that they look as if they were new. It was amazing to see this stuff work on the backflush cycle of the espresso machine (if your machine supports a backflush) and the groups were as clean as the day it powered up, but then to mix up the "Wicked Liquid" soaking solution and see what it can do on parts, wares, pots, ... was amazing. I totally should have taken pictures but it took a nasty old pot and made it look like we just purchased it off the shelf. Go Joe Glo!

For what it's worth.

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Have you tried microfiber rags? Then you wouldn't even need any chemicals. It is environmentally friendlier and gets you to the same result. ;-)

Posted by Frank on April 03, 2007 at 04:01 AM EDT #

I use bleach in my wife's coffee pot when it gets too dirty. Supposedly it breaks down very quickly and has relatively little environmental impact. I don't drink coffee myself so I wouldn't know how well any of this actually works...

Posted by Robert Krawitz on April 03, 2007 at 02:08 PM EDT #

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