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The Dirty Truth: Why You Need to Descale - Best of 2013

Descaling your espresso machine is a very important step in machine maintenance. Scale build-up inside the boiler, caused by minerals in your water, can create a number of problems affecting your machine. Buy here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/categories/parts-and-care?subcategory=Cleaning+Products

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Urnex Brand by Whole Latte Love

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A clean machine means better tasting coffee! Buy Urnex products here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/brands/urnex Founded as Royal Urn Bag Company in Manhattan in 1936, Urnex started developing powerful bagged cleaning products for coffee urns. Their motto "No More Bitter Coffee" has prevailed and they eventually developed specialty cleaning products for espresso machines and coffee makers.

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Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (coper boilers)? Thank you.

  K. (5 pts)        May 23, 2013

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (copper boilers)? Thank you.

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Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (coper boilers)? Thank you.

  K. (5 pts)        May 23, 2013

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (copper boilers)? Thank you.

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Helo, In the video she is using Cleancaf on a Gagia Clasic, but just below the video there is this note: Please Note:...

  Jose (10 pts)        Jul 26, 2013

Hello, In the video she is using Cleancaf on a Gaggia Clasic, but just below the video there is this note: Please Note: Urnex Cleancaf is an alkaline based cleaner and is not safe for use in machines with aluminum boilers. As I understand Gaggia uses aluminum boilers. Can you please confirm this...

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Helo . I have a Saeco Intelia and I am wondering if the Cleancaf descaler and Cafiza Home Espreso Machine Cleaning...

  Mark (0 pts)        Oct 01, 2013

Hello ... I have a Saeco Intellia and I am wondering if the Cleancaf descaler and Cafiza Home Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets would be appropriate for my machine. Thanks so much. Mark

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Descaling Gaggia Classic Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine

Kathy from Tech Support show you how to descale a semi-automatic non-heat exchanger. This is an important maintenance tip in order to prolong the life of your home espresso machine.

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The Dirty Truth: Why You Need to Descale

Descaling your espresso machine is a very important step in machine maintenance. Scale build-up inside the boiler, caused by minerals in your water, can create a number of problems affecting your machine. Find descaling products here: https://www.wholelattelove.com/parts_care.cfm?cid=28&scid=69&

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