Removing Coffee Stains from Percolator

How do you clean the coffee stains from the inside of an aluminum percolator?

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Fill your aluminum percolator with water and add two tablespoons of cream of tartar per quart of water or add one teaspoon of white distilled vinegar per cup of water. Let it perk approximately 10 minutes or until the stains lift. Pour out the mixture and rinse well with water.

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