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How Do I Clean an Electric Kettle Filter?

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To get stubborn tea stains off the inside of the pot (this works great for stainless steel and glass-lined thermoses and coffee pots too) , simply put a cup of bleach in the pot, and swirl around. You will see the stains disappear immediately. Wonderfully effortless, and leaves the pot sparkling clean - like new! Don't forget to wash the pot before using! You can also try washing the dishes with white vinegar to get the stains out.
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1. Unplug your electric kettle, and make sure it's completely cooled off. 2. Fill the kettle halfway with warm water. 3. Add 1/4 cup white vinegar to the kettle. 4. Stir the water
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put a vinegar/water solution into it and let it soak for a bit then rinse thourougly
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Unplug, and allow to cool before cleaning. Between uses empty water from tea kettle to prevent severe buildup of mineral deposits which can cause pitting of the metal base. Wipe exterior
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proctor silex electric kettle reviews. 180 of 186 people found the following review helpful: 4.0 out of 5 stars Good Electric Kettle, January 21, 2005. By. Blue Diamond (MA, USA)
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