Compatible with semi-automatic and super-automatic units, the Gaggia Decalcifier removes calcium deposits to prolong lifespan of your machine. The only decalcifier to be approved by Gaggia, this formula has been thoroughly tested to ensure that it is safe for your machine. Use the Gaggia decalifier as a part of your regular maintenance routine to prevent scale build up; it is available in 250ml bottles.
can an this product be use for cleaning the Baby Dose model.
Gaggia Decalcifier is the descaling cleaner you will want to use.
Thank you, but my question has Not been fully answered.
I have the Baby Dose model which is in the "Manual" category. Which product should I use for removing calcium deposits etc.
The Gaggia Decalcifier is compatible with Gaggia semi-automatic and super-automatic units. The Gaggia Decalcifier removes calcium deposits to prolong lifespan of your machine. The only decalcifier to be approved by Gaggia, this formula has been thoroughly tested to ensure that it is safe for your machine. Use the Gaggia decalifier as a part of your regular maintenance routine to prevent scale build up.
Hi there! What is the difference between this product and the descaling tablets I usually use? Thanks!
Without knowing what tablets you've been using, I can't really provide too much help. However, I am not aware of any Gaggia Decalcifying tablets, only backflush and brew unit cleaning tablets (those are *not* a descaler, just a detergent). The product mentioned here is a purpose-made, aluminum-safe espresso machine descaler that is designed to be safe for use in all of Gaggia's machines.
What cleaning items should be used on this machine to clean the interior
The product you linked to, Gaggia Decalcifier, will work perfectly fine with that machine. Alternatively, the Gaggia for Illy Plus uses a stainless steel-lined boiler that is safe for use in combination with Urnex Dezcal or any of their other liquid or powdered descaling solutions.
The instructions say to use the entire bottle for one cleaning. Is this really the case? I would expect a $9 product to have more than a single use...
Thank you for the question. Yes, you will need to use the whole bottle to get the maxium use from the product. If you are looking to save alittle bit of money. The Durgol Swiss Espresso Machine Descaler comes in at $14.50 for two treatments.
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