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Cafetto MFC Powder Red

Brand :
Cafetto
Product Id: E11842 Category

Acidic powder designed to clean and descale milk lines, frothers and parts of automatic machines.

MFC® Powder Red is a high performance descaling and cleaning powder suitable for cleaning milk lines, frothers and parts of automatic espresso machines.

Recommended for weekly use on machines and equipment with hard water conditions.

Non corrosive formulation that is safe for all espresso machine and coffee brewing equipment parts.

Alternating cleans with MFC Powder Blue will provide an all-over clean for all milk components.

Estimated Delivery Days: 3-5 Business Days
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TO CLEAN MILK LINES AND FROTHERS

  1. When using acidic milk cleaners, the milk lines must be flushed and purged of milk prior to the cleaning process.
  2. Flush milk out of system with 500mL of fresh water.
  3. Add 10g (3 scoops) to 500ml (2 cups) warm water in a container or jug.
  4. Stir until powder is completely dissolved.
  5. Flush the entire solution through the milk system following the machine manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
  6. Once the solution is dispensed, rinse the container. Fill the container with 1 litre (4 cups) of clean water and flush through the milk system to thoroughly rinse.

 

TO CLEAN MILK SYSTEM MACHINE PARTS

  1. Add 10g (3 scoops) per litre of warm water in a container.
  2. Stir until powder is completely dissolved.
  3. Add parts to be cleaned and allow to soak for 30 minutes.
  4. Rinse thoroughly in clean water and dry with paper towel or clean cloth.
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Cafetto

SKU KS12I00A00 Category

Availability: 2 in stock

Availability: 2 in stock

 1,180.00 GST Incl.

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