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Durgol Express Decalcifier

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Hard-water build up in your coffeemaker leaves your cup of joe tasting less than spectacular. Ensure the purest flavor and aroma in your coffee with the Durgol Express Decalicifier. It safely removes hard water build up from your coffeemaker. Highly effective, fast-acting and food-safe, Durgol's Express Decalcifier rinses completely to leave no residue that would alter the flawless flavor or aroma of your coffee.
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Hard-water build up in your coffeemaker leaves your cup of joe tasting less than spectacular. Ensure the purest flavor and aroma in your coffee with the Durgol Express Decalicifier. It safely removes hard water build up from your coffeemaker. Highly effective, fast-acting and food-safe, Durgol's Express Decalcifier rinses completely to leave no residue that would alter the flawless flavor or aroma of your coffee.

Ease of Use 5
Overall Value for the Money 5
Width 3.0 inches
Depth 2.0 inches
Height 8.75 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 1.3000
Size 16.9 oz
Manufacturer Durgol

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Durgol Express Decalcifier
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A shopper asked: Seasons Greetings!
How much of this cleaner is recommended
For one 1pots worth of coffee?
Euro = 10 cups or 40 oz.? (Brewers)
The clip should the ladies using the full bottle?
For $15.00 yipes.
Dec 19, 2013
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Mark F: I was confused by this, too. The website descriptionmade me think it was for espresso machines, but the package directions are for filter coffee machines. They say use 3-4 capfuls with the same amount of water and run the brew cycle. I think Durgol makes an espresso machine product where you use a whole smaller bottle, and that might be what is in the video.
I used it on an old Saeco pressurized espresso machine that we thought was about to die. It really cleaned it out and it works well again. That one is our backup. I am afraid to use it on my 2 year old Rancillio.
Wish I could help more.
Dec 21, 2013
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Allison F: I've been using 3-4 cap fulls of this cleaner diluted with equal parts water. Then run a couple cycles of tap water to rinse. (I believe that's what the directions state.) I've been doing this about once a month for a year and I've had no issues and am still on the first bottle. Hope this helps (: Dec 20, 2013
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J P: I use this to clean my Technivorm Mochamaster. I usually poor 1/2 to 3/4 cup of cleaner two equal parts water and run it through a cycle. Remember that it's important to thoroughly rinse the machine and run it through several pure water cycles. Dec 21, 2013
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Fred S: I think the directions are on the bottle. But we don't don't use in on coffee but on other things like spray nozzles that get calcified. In which case you soak the nozzle in the full strength liquid. Dec 20, 2013
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David H: The bottle says 3-4 capfulls. I have a 12 cup coffee machine, I add 2 cups of Durgol. Then 2 cups of water. Turn on the coffee machine. I rerun 12 cupscold water through the machine 2 times. Dec 20, 2013
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Woodie B: I would say that you could clean you coffee pot at least 4 times with one bottle Dec 22, 2013
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John W A: You typically dilute the durgol. It should last for several cleanings. Jack Dec 21, 2013
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Barbara R: My espresso maker called for the entire bottle. Dec 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: What's the difference between this product and Durgol Swiss decalcifier, and which one would be best used on a neglected superautomatic machine? Feb 12, 2012
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Kaylie KStaff: The Durgol Express Decalcifier is best used on coffee makers, while the Durgol Swiss Decalcifier is designed for espresso machines. Therefore, I would recommend the Swiss Decalcifier for your superautomatic. Feb 15, 2012
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I tried other descalers, and my Magnifica quit working. I put in this product, and it began to work like it was a new machine.

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