I used Dugol Express on our Gaggia BaBy Twin and it tarnished the metal big time. All the splash spots on the outside body and tray metal as well as the porta filter were tarnished.I used it as directed on the bottle. I suppose it descaled very well but ruined the aesthetics of our machine.
I just received my Saeco Exprelia. The machine is utterly convenient and the coffee delicious with excellent crema. However, it seems that both espresso and capuccino are not warm enough. I brew in the AM right after turning the machine on. Would drawing a blank by selecting the bypass doser before drawing the first shot help?
is there any diffeerence between the two durgol cleaners (regular versus swiss espresso)? the former is cheaper...
thanks, carl heiles
Which descaler is best for the Francis Francis?
how many uses are in the 16.9 oz. bottle
Can "Durgol Express Descaler" be used instead of "Durgol Swiss Espresso Descaler" to descale a semiautomatic espresso machine such as Livia 90 and if it can does it need to be diluted?
I have contacted Keurig to ask if it is safe to use Durgol Express to descale my Keurig Platinum B70. The answer I got was just the instructions on how to use vinegar. Now I am afraid to try the Durgol. I don't want to ruin my Keurig. Do you know if it is safe?
My Gaggia Brera's manual states only to use Gaggia Descaler. Well that sucker runs around $30 when all said and done or more. And there are not a lot of sellers of that product. Can you use this Durgol for the Gaggia Brera?
Is this the same product that came with my Academia? Is the correct amount 250ml/cleaning?
Hello, does this DeScaler work with a manual electric Gaggia espresso maker? I noted there are two smaller bottle packages available for espresso makers. Is this specifically only for a coffee maker in general or is this the same formula as the other smaller bottles?