Collection: Coffee & Espresso Machine Cleaning Products

26 products
  • Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets (30 Tablets), Compatible with Jura, Miele, and Breville Espresso Machines - Made in USA
  • Saeco Decalcifier for Espresso Coffee Machines, 250 ml, Pack of 3
  • Cino Cleano Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets, for Breville Espresso Machines, Descaling Tablets for Baristas (Pack of 2, 16 Tablets)
  • Urnex Coffee Maker Cleaner and Descaler Kit - 2 Single Use Bottles - Professional at Home Coffee Machine Cleaning and Descaling
  • De'Longhi 5513284241 Coffee Care Kit Espresso Machine Maintenance Bundle (Descaler, Water Filters & Milk Residue Remover)
  • Saeco Espresso Machine Cleaner, Blister Pack of (10) tablets
  • Urnex Cafiza Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets - 100 Count - Professional Espresso Machine Cleaner Barista Use
  • Urnex 22-ESPBR-144 Scoopz Tool-Coffee and Espresso Machine Cleaning Brush with Spoon for Barista, Red
  • Biocaf Coffee Equipment Wash - 17.6 Ounce (100 Uses) - Safe Biodegradable Phosphate-Free for Use On Espresso Machines and Coffee Brewers Sustainable Renewable Eliminates Residue
  • Full Circle Espresso Machine Cleaning Tablets - 8 Count - Safe on Keurig Delonghi Nespresso Ninja Hamilton Beach Mr Coffee Braun
  • Urnex Coffee Maker and Espresso Machine Cleaner Cleancaf Powder - 3 Packets - Safe On Keurig Delonghi Nespresso Ninja Hamilton Beach Mr Coffee Braun
  • Franke Espresso Machine Clean-In-Place (CIP) Cleaning Solution for FoamMaster Fridges: A400 FM, A600 FM, and A1000 FM
  • Durgol Swiss Espresso, Descaler and Decalcifier for All Brands of Espresso Machines and Coffee Makers, 4.2 Fluid Ounces (Pack of 2)
  • DXary Coffee Machine Cleaning Brush Set 4 Pieces Coffee Cleaning Brush Wooden Cleaning Brush for Grinders and Nylon Espresso Brush for Coffee Machine Group Head (A)
  • Urnex Dezcal Coffee and Espresso Machine Descaler Activated Scale Remover - 900g Bottle - Fast Effective Descaling Of Boilers and Heating Elements Faucets Spray Heads Milk Systems
  • Urnex Espresso Machine Cleaning Powder - 566 grams - Cafiza Professional Espresso Machine Cleaner
  • Coffee Cleaning Brush, Steaming Coffee Machine Cleaning Brush, High Pressure Steaming Brush Coffee Accessories, Coffee Machine Cleaning Set, for Coffee Machine Cleaning, Espresso Machine
  • Bialetti 3 gasket and 1 alluminium filter for coffee pot 2 cups
  • Crema Coffee Products | Replacement Steam Lever for Breville Espresso Machines | Brushed Silver | Fits the Barista Express, Infuser, Barista Pro
  • Bialetti Moka 9-Cup Gasket/Filter Replacement Parts,White
  • Bialetti Stainless Steel 10-Cup Gasket/Filter Plate Replacement Parts
  • Univen 2.25" (57mm) Espresso Filter and Gasket Seals Compatible with Bialetti 3 Cup Aluminum Espresso Makers
  • Espresso Machine Head Gasket Group Brew Seal For Cuisinart EM-100 EM100 EM-200 EM200 Espresso Machines
  • Delonghi Nespresso EN520 Milk Cover Assembly 7313222391 7313234991

Cleaning Your Coffee & Espresso Machine

Coffee Espresso Machine Cleaning Products

There are many coffee & espresso machine cleaning products available to help keep your equipment in good condition. Cleaning your equipment will help extend the life of your machine and it will also reduce the number of parts that need to be replaced. Many people think that a regular detergent is all that is needed to clean their machines, but you can't be more wrong.


Your espresso machine uses a boiler to heat water that is then forced through the coffee pot. Hot air is exhausted from the bottom of the pot through the coffee tube where hot coffee is pumped into the espresso cup. This hot air has to be vented out of the espresso cup area otherwise the espresso will seep out into the cup causing it to foul and discolor. Cleaning the machine like this every day will result in your equipment being free of deposits and clogs that will affect its performance over time.


When cleaning the machine, there are two primary areas that need attention. The first is the filter basket. This is the main area for storing your grounds and grinding materials that will be used with your espresso machine. It is important that you properly clean this area once or twice a month to prevent the accumulation of lime scale buildup that will affect your espresso shots. The other area that needs attention is the pump. This is the part that raises and lowers the coffee pot through the grinders so that it can make the shots.


There are a few ways that you can clean your espresso machine. If your machine is brand new, it should come with an easy to follow manual and cleaning product. You may want to invest in one of the coffee machine cleaning products that you can buy online. These cleaning products will generally get the job done very well. Some of these products, such as the Magic Green Delight, can be used with any kind of machine.


To clean your espresso machine, you will want to take some time to actually look at the coffee carafes. You will be able to tell if there has been a lot of coffee spilled on them by the brown stains. This will mean that you will need to purchase new coffee carafes for the machine. If you have a lot of stains, it may be best to just buy new coffee cups instead of spending money on the carafe holders.


When looking at cleaning your espresso machine, you might also want to consider using a good espresso cleaner. You can find these products at almost any office supply store. Most of these cleaners are very inexpensive and can easily be used to keep your espresso machine in great shape. The cleaning agent will generally dissolve any and all soap or grease that might be on the spout of the machine.


Another way to clean your coffee cup is to use hot water and a tablespoon of baking soda. Place the baking soda in the spout and place a cup of hot water in it. Turn the coffee machine on and let it brew for a minute or two. When the brew is done brewing, pour off the grounds and pour the water into the cup with the espresso shot. Make sure to fill the espresso shot with as much water as you can because it will require a lot more to get the coffee to make a good espresso shot.


Keep in mind that you should only clean your coffee & espresso machine if it is brand new and not more than 2 years old. If you find that the coffee maker is getting a bit dirty, you should consider cleaning the machine as well. However, you will want to only use a mild detergent to wash the coffee maker because a strong detergent could potentially damage the plastic parts. Once you have cleaned your coffee maker, you will want to allow it to fully cool before refilling it with coffee or espresso. Following this simple step will help to keep your coffee maker running smoothly and effectively.