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Topic: Espresso Machine Water Question (2 msgs / 29 lines)
1) From: Bill S.
The general advice for brewing coffee by any method is to start with cold,
fresh water.  Do you regularly change out the water in Espresso boilers and
reservoirs?  Do you start each day with fresh, cold water?  What are the
general recommendations or manufacturers advice?  How difficult is it to
change the water?
I currently use a french press and am starting to get the itch..
Bill Shelton
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2) From: Barry Luterman
The water stays. One back flush after each session cleans the lines.
Back flush wit Cafiza once a week cleans the lines. De scaling the
boilers once or twice a year depending on the water hardness of your
water is all it needs. Damp cloth, windex on outside PRN.
On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 6:04 AM, Bill S.  wrote:
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