Post By herzog
Post By Dimal
Post By Andy
Other uses for coffee machine cleaner!
So on Xmas day, I was cleaning up the kitchen after lunch. The mrs had roasted something in one of those huge cast-iron dishes. The food scraps were baked on solid.
Even after a good soaking, nothing was budging, even with a bit of elbow grease.
Then I thought: "I wonder what would happen if I tried the coffee machine powder?". So I tipped a couple of spoonfuls of the powder plus hot water and let it soak for maybe 30 minutes...
And what a result - everything just slid straight off.
This may well, be common knowledge, but I sure as hell hadn't tried it before.
Yep, it's great for moving any unwanted organic detritus from cookware...
Including the interior of teapots, I discovered...
I agree, we use it for everything around here.
...and as Mal said, it works a treat on all the corners and hard to get to places on teapots, travel mugs and anything else that's hard to get at.
Its awesome stuff for pans etc...