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    Cafetto for electric kettle?

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    I usually use lemons to clean my stainless steel electric kettle, but as I have a lot of Cafetto on hand...

    Does anyone advise for or against using Cafetto in it?

    Cheers, Peter

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    If its espresso cleaner it probably wont do much , if its cafetto restore descaler then go for it. best descaler iv ever used.

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    I used to use white vinegar before I got the water filter for the Giotto, haven't had to descale the kettle since

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    I don't mind using vinegar (tree is running out of lemons). What sort of quantity, and do you boil it as you do with lemons?
    Quote Originally Posted by trentski View Post
    I used to use white vinegar before I got the water filter for the Giotto, haven't had to descale the kettle since

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    OK, thanks. It's espresso cleaner.
    Quote Originally Posted by nzcoffeetech View Post
    If its espresso cleaner it probably wont do much , if its cafetto restore descaler then go for it. best descaler iv ever used.

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    I just use citric acid.



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