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Every restaurant worker is very familiar with the entire process that goes with
cleaning coffee makers. A better part of an hour at the end of each shift is
spent rinsing out the coffee pitcher for both regular and decaffeinated coffee
brands offered. The pitchers were cleaned at the end of the previous shift and
some restaurant workers do not feel that they need to be cleaned again.It is
easy to tell which restaurants are good about cleaning coffee makers, and which
ones do not put their best efforts into getting all of the pieces clean. The
taste of the coffee alone will alert customers to whether people have been doing
what they are supposed to do at the end of every shift. There is usually one
person assigned in a restaurant to make sure that the cleaning of coffee makers
is done on a regular schedule.The coffee pitchers will give evidence that
someone is cleaning coffee makers when they do not have any residue built up on
the inside of the glass. Coffee contains oils and these oils will rise to the
top of a coffee server and by the end of the shift the residue will cling to the
sides and form a full sized ring at the top that gives evidence of how full the
pitcher was most of the time during the shift.There are sanitizing agents that
restaurants use for cleaning coffee makers. Many of the parts to a coffee
service can not be put into a sanitizing machine where plates and dishes are
washed. The plastic on the coffee server system will melt from the high heat
environment inside of this aluminum dishwashing machine.People can use
degaussing wands and bleach for cleaning coffee makers in any environment. The
use of degaussing wands takes a bit of practice because they must be inserted
through a special access hole in any commercial coffee maker. Cleaning coffee
makers with a degaussing wand allows the inner tubing to be cleansed. Most
commercial coffee makers have an automatic water line that needs to be routinely
cleaned out to keep the line free and clear of lime and other deposits.Cleaning
coffee makers and associated machine parts with bleach is a relatively simple
process that takes about 15 minutes to complete. All parts of the coffee machine
that are removable must be submerged in a 3 to 1 bleach and water mixture for at
least 15 minutes but preferably 30 minutes. The longer bleaching time will
ensure that all pieces are sanitized and ready for use on the next shift.There
are granulated crystals for cleaning coffee makers that are available at Walmart
and other discounted retailers. Careful use of these crystals for cleaning
coffee makers is recommended because overuse can cause the gaskets inside the
machine to wear out long before they are supposed to.Some people choose not to
purchase these granules that are specifically made for cleaning coffee makers,
and try out the granular cleanser that they use in their automatic dishwasher.
These cleansers are not formulated for this purpose, and many people find
themselves back at Walmart or some other discount store looking for another
coffee maker.