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Spray Vinegar to Clean Your Coffee Maker

A fourth a cup of white vinegar in a spray bottle filled the rest of the way with water is great for a quick clean up for coffee makers. Just spray and rinse. It is cheaper than using window cleaner and since I use my coffee maker for both making coffee and brewing tea daily. I like that it does a good job on removing their respective smells.

Also, spray it in the bottom of glasses with a milk ring and let it sit for a few minutes. You won't have to scrub it.

Source: God gets the credit for this inspiration.

By Ann from Saint Peters, MO

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I like your Source. He's my Source, too.

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