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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Coffee pot?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Coffee pot?),it will help you,my kids.

i have vinegared my coffee pot to death. buy new coffee and clean bottled water.. it still smells funny?? can a coffee pot just go old? .. i want coffee to smell and taste like in a restuarant.?? any suggestions... thanks

Answer:
Clean it the way restaurants do
Ice cubes/and table salt w/ a dash of water and you swish it around is how restaurants clean there glass coffee pots.
get a new one. it is probablu worn out.
actually, some people prefer their coffeepot that way. the build up of the natural coffee oils can enhance the flavor of your brew over time. i even know people that don't wash their coffeemugs, just a quick rinse so they don't lose the oils built up.

brew your coffee with fresh cold water, really cold water, and remove it from the burner as soon as it's done brewing. the remaining drips from the coffeemaker are only drawing out the leftover bitterness of the beans, making your whole pot of coffee bitter.
The only time coffee pots wear out is when they quit working/ you may not have used enough water to rinse out the coffee maker \after the vinegar cleaning .
I have done that before, not let the water run through enough after the cleaning.
I made coffee and then went on a no caffeine kick. Gaah! Two weeks later I realized that the grounds were still in the coffee maker and everything was moldy. No amount of cleaning has helped. I would buy a new one, natural filters, a coffee grinder, and good, whole bean coffee that you grind everyday.
You should get another pot.This time nothing cheap.Not implying.
all that tip of thing ll'do just be interesse
wash it with detergent and cold water. the smell will... go away.

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