Cleaning your espresso machine daily is a must for every coffee lover. It doesn’t matter if you are doing it commercially of as a home barista
If you are making coffee as a barista in a specialty coffee shop, at your own specialty coffee roasting company, in the bar of your hotel, restaurant or even in a sporting venue. Cleaning your machine on a daily makes sure that you prevent sudden breakdown of components, which can be related to poor cleaning.
Preventative maintenance by just cleaning your espresso machine daily with proper cleaning products is a lot cheaper than loss in revenue and letting a espresso machine tech coming over outside working hours.
But the big question. As a Barista how do I clean my espresso machine?
For cleaning your espresso machine brewing group you can use Puly Caff cleaning tablets, or powder. You need to put powder in a blind filter and backflush your solenoid group.
Do this at fixed intervals.For cleaning your portafilter gasket and ring you can also use a shower cleaner brush.
This cleaning solution by Puly Caff is also suitable to soak your baskets and portafilters.
Cleaning your steam wand, Turbosteam and cappuccino maker is something you need to do at the end of the day. Close your steam wand, soak it in Puly Milk Plus. And you will be able to whipe off the old milk residues. This also works for almond milk.
You can also use this solution to soak your milk jugs.
As a barista in your own specialty coffee bar you do want that also your drip tray, brewing groups and countertop are covered with coffee stains and milk residue. Then you can use Puly Bar Igienic.
With this solution you will be able to clean everything in your kitchen and bar. It dries on it’s own, doesn’t leave streaks and doesn’t smell.
The Italian company Puly makes next to daily cleaning detergents also espresso machine descalers. This product is called Puly Calcinet. This product is specially designed to remove limescale from boilers, heat exchangers and copper tubing without corroding them. How do you need to use Calcinet. You need to dilute the crystals in lukewarm water. The...
As a barista have you also experienced that your steam wands, automatic cappuccino makers and milk jugs are difficult to clean from milk residues? Puly Milk Plus can help you with this. Puly Milk is a N.S.F. certified product. With the Puly Milk Plus Liquid you will be able to remove the organic residues from your espresso machines. If these milk...
As a professional barista you want to keep your working environment as clean as possible. Then you should use Puly Bar Igienic. You can use this on your countertops, espresso machines, Coffee grinders, knockboxes, kitchen appliances and all surfaces around your bar or kitchen. Puly Bar Igienic doesn't foam, nor it leaves residues or odors behind.Puly Bar...
Cleaning of your grinder hopper is probably not one of the most common things you would do as a professional barista. But a hopper can become extremely dirty, mainly the inside, from the fats out off the coffee beans. Puly Grind has created hopper cleaner. This comes in a spray bottle of 200ml. You only have to spray it on the hopper surface you want to...
On our coffee machine cleaning solutions page, you will find a variety of cleaning products to clean your espresso machine. On this page you will find the cleaning solution from Puly Caff plus which contains 570grams of cleaning powder. Puly caff has been certified by the N.S.F. With this cleaning power you can clean the coffee residues from the inside...
How often do you clean your grinder internally as a barista? Probably not often, but it’s really easy with Puly Grind Crystals. These crystals are super concentrated, without any gluten and other allergenics. The Puly grind Crystals come in a box of 10 satchels, but you only need 1 per use. When using the Puly Grind Crystals on your coffee grinder...