Urnex Cleancaf Cleaner

$6.98
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A cleaning agent used to clean espresso machines or coffee machines, including glass carafes. Each box contains 3 packets.

Please Note: Urnex Cleancaf is an alkaline based cleaner and is not safe for use in machines with aluminum boilers.

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With Urnex Cleancaf, you can take care of 2 problems at once: hard water mineral deposits and coffee residue that can make your coffee taste bitter and stale, as well as blocking holes on your sprayhead. Great for use on both coffee brewers and espresso machines, Urnex Cleancaf can be poured into your water reservoir and easily run through the machine, meaning little downtime to take care of critical maintenance. Cleancaf can also be used in a solution to clean frequently used espresso machine components, such as portafilters and baskets.

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Urnex Cleancaf is sold in cases of 12 boxes containing 3 single packs each.

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Mark asked:
posted on Oct 01, 2013 06:02PM

Helo . I have a Saeco Intelia and I am wondering if the Cleancaf descaler and Cafiza Home Espreso Machine Cleaning...

Hello ... I have a Saeco Intellia and I am wondering if the Cleancaf descaler and Cafiza Home Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets would be appropriate for my machine. Thanks so much. Mark

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ShaneAncefsky-Sales aswered:
Thank you for the question. I would suggest using Durgol Swiss Espresso Descaler, Saeco Liquid Descaler, Gaggia Liquid Descaler. These work the best for your machine. The super auto cleaning tablets by Cafiza work well for cleaning the brew group and coffee circuit.

Jose asked:
posted on Jul 26, 2013 10:46PM

Helo, In the video she is using Cleancaf on a Gagia Clasic, but just below the video there is this note: Please Note:...

Hello, In the video she is using Cleancaf on a Gaggia Clasic, but just below the video there is this note: Please Note: Urnex Cleancaf is an alkaline based cleaner and is not safe for use in machines with aluminum boilers. As I understand Gaggia uses aluminum boilers. Can you please confirm this...

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Maggie aswered:
Jose, You would want to use a descaling product like the Durgol Swiss Espresso Cleaner or the Gaggia Decalcifier rather than the Cleancaf-Urnex let us know very recently that their product is not suitable for use in aluminum boiler machines.

K. asked:
posted on May 23, 2013 12:32PM

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (coper boilers)? Thank you.

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (copper boilers)? Thank you.

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mjackson aswered:
It would be safe to use, but it also is complicated descaling a double boiler machine. You may want to call our technical support team. They will be able to help you determine if it is something you may want to attempt yourself.

K. asked:
posted on May 23, 2013 12:32PM

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (coper boilers)? Thank you.

Is this safe to use on a Rocket R58 (copper boilers)? Thank you.

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mjackson aswered:
Yes this is actually safe for any of our espresso machines that we sell.

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