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I have the same problem and I've tried everything. Cleaned according to instruction manual and it still overflows (but only when I make a full pot) I always notice my coffee filters are shorter than I would think they should be but when buying them in then stores, they are all the same size. After reading the manual AGAIN, I think I will buy the Bunn Coffee ...
Those are mineral deposits. You can remove them with either vinegar or citric acid. Personally, I use citric acid: Fill the kettle with some water. Heat the water (doesn't need to boil). Sprinkle a little citric acid in (use food-grade, also sometimes called "sour salt"). Let it sit for a few minutes. The spots should vanish. Dump the water out, rinse it a ...
You aren't going to get mold on it unless you've been using your kettle for something other than boiling water. Mold needs something to eat, there's nothing in a kettle for it to feed on. The dots you see are likely discoloration due to mineral deposits in your water. You'll probably find that the dots are occurring where the air bubbles form as the water ...
Coincidentally, I saw this video a couple weeks ago that altered my world: you can make it in a cocktail shaker, using the spring from a bar strainer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5t3hZfMQiU
The spatula on the right is from Hutzler; they have a website where you can order them. Best spatula ever!
I've found here: http://www.biggirlssmallkitchen.com/2012/06/streamlining-tomato-halves.html great advice to take two take-out plastic containers (shape of plastic plates) fill with tomatoes - put tomatoes between them like sandwich, so they will not go out thanks to containers/plates boarders cut through
I wipe with a vinegar solution 3 parts water 1 part white vinegar. takes the water deposit away and disenfects witout removing the coating on the dishrack
Look on eBay for Foley Spatula. This is exactly what you're seeking.
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