COFFEE MACHINE DESCALING POWDER
Remove limescale buildup on heating elements of coffee brewers, espresso machines and kettles.
Ensure consistent machine performance, optimal extraction, and better tasting coffee
Made from biodegradable ingredients that are derived from natural sources.
Does not contain phosphates.
Biocaf Descaling Powder rinses easily and is odorless.
900 g jar.
For descaling commercial boilers, use 50 g of Descaling Powder for every 1 liter of water
For descaling household coffee makers in-machine, use 28 g of Descaling Powder per liter of brewer capacity
For Use with Household Coffee Makers
Step 1: Add 28 g (1 oz) of Decaling Powder in 1 liter (32 oz) of warm water in a vessel outside of the machine. Stir to dissolve.
Step 2: Add descaling solution to the machine's water reservoir.
Step 3: Brew the descaling solution through the machine.
Step 4: Refill the machine's water reservoir with water. Do not add any Descaling Powder.
Step 5: Brew the entire reservoir of water only.
Step 6: Repeat steps 4 and 5 twice more to ensure no descaler remains in the machine.
For Use with Removable Boilers in Commercial Equipment
Step 1: Remove boiler from machine and place is a large bucket.
Step 2: In a separate vessel, create a descaling solution using 50 g of Descaling Powder for each liter of warm water. Stir to dissolve.
Step 3: Add descaling solution to the bucket, using enough solution to cover the boiler.
Step 4: Hold for 30 minutes.
Step 5: Remove boiler and rinse thoroughly with fresh water.
Step 6: Allow boiler to dry before reinserting into machine.
Citric Acid: Derived from citrus fruits such as lemons and limes. This organic acid is used in soft drinks to add a sour taste and as a preservative in many foods we eat everyday. In this application, the acid does a great job of combating the buildup of scale on machine's boilers and heating elements.
Hydrated Silica: Used as a processing aid in this formula, hydrated silica is commonly found in toothpaste to dislodge plaque and remove stains.