Every day you are enjoying some great coffee out of your Jura coffee. Therefore, you need to take good care of it so that you keep enjoying some great brews.
It is essential to know how to use it; you should also be aware of how often to clean it.
The Jura coffee machines are easy to maintain, and proper maintenance will prolong the life of your appliance.
After the appropriate research and testing, we’ve settled on a cleaning regimen consisting of:
- Internal cleaning once to three times a year depending on usage- Remove the drip tray to clean the coffee grinds.
- Water filtration service annually or as needed (depends on water quality)
- Decalcification every 2-4 years
How to clean the Jura coffee machine?
To do the cleaning as often as possible, you should know how to clean the Jura coffee machine.
We also recommend that you check the parts every once in a while to be sure they are in good shape and ready to serve you again.
To clean your machine, use warm water and a soft cloth/sponge for cleaning and remove as much dirt from the drain holes as possible.
To clean the inside parts of the machine, you will need to disassemble and wash any parts that may have absorbed any coffee residues.
To wipe down the exterior:
- Use a soft cloth with warm water.
- Remove every bit of dirt from wherever it may be on your machine’s exterior.
- Keep in mind that you need to be careful with this part since it is fragile, and its shape may vary depending on your Jura coffee machine’s model.
You also need to know which parts of your Jura machine require frequent cleaning.
According to our research, the parts requiring frequent cleaning are:
The milk system
Once a year or every couple of months is enough to clean it, depending on the number of times you are using your machine.
The milk system is one of the essential parts of your machine. It serves you more than just a cup of coffee; it serves you coffee from which you can have your favourite latte or cappuccino.
Without a good quality milk system, even if it is cleaned and maintained regularly, your Jura machine won't make you any quality coffee drinks.
The milk system consists of:
- The milk container; is where all the milk comes from for your coffee. This container can be plastic or metal.
- The steam wand is used to warm the milk up, and it is dispensed before through the tip of the milk system’s nozzle.
- The nozzle tip has a part that comes into contact with air when you push on it to draw water through it before it reaches the opening into the machine.
The water system
The water tank serves you as much more than just a water container for your coffee machine. It filters, cleans, and maintains your machine’s internal parts.
If the water system is damaged, it may affect the way your machine works and the taste of your coffee. So it pays to take good care of both components of your Jura machine’s water system.
If you want to be extra safe, we recommend that you clean your machine once a week by using a product called 'clearyl water filter'.
Clearyl water filter made by Jura clears all the impurities in the water tank.
This filter removes the limescale or calcium deposits that form on your water tank’s inside walls and removes bad tastes, odours, and other impurities.
In addition, this filter can help keep your machine’s internal parts healthy so that they will work correctly for you.
The water system is designed such that you don't need to remove it to clean it.
As long as there are no problems with the water tank, simply run some fresh water through the machine for a few seconds before use.
Automatic cleaning system
The automatic machine rinses the entire system before it begins a normal brewing cycle.
All you need to do is push the select button and let the machine clean itself for you. Make sure that you have freshly brewed coffee inside your machine before running it through the cleaning program.
After the cleaning cycle, unplug and clean out your coffee maker with water only (no soap or detergent).
It will remove any remnants of the cleaning fluid from your machine, ensuring that your next cup of coffee tastes as good as possible.
Jura milk system cleaner is a specially developed cleaning solution with ingredients to maintain and clean the milk frother device.
Cleaning the machine using Descaling tabs
The easiest way to clean your Jura machine is by using Jura cleaning tablets.
How to use the descaling tabs
- Go to the clean machine and run one cycle without any coffee.
- Press the rinse button to rinse out the old sediment.
- Check the “empty tray” display screen and empty its contents.
- Pre-rinse, then add the tablet.
- The procedure will last about 15 minutes.
- Once the procedure is complete, the message “cleaning complete” will appear on the display screen.
The answer to the question 'How often to clean the Jura machines?' depends on the amount of coffee you drink and the frequency of your use.
We recommend that you clean it once a week. For example, if you only use 250ml, then clean it once every two months; if you use 450ml, then wash it once every three months.
Just because some machines can filter every few minutes doesn't mean that is what they're designed to do. Instead, that's how fast your device can function.
After reading this article, you should have a better idea of how to clean and how often to clean your Jura machine.
Make sure that you follow our recommendations to ensure that your machine's parts last a long time.
Caring for your machine will ensure that your Jura works right and allows you to enjoy many more cups of coffee before having to purchase a new one.
We hope this article helped you better understand what to do to maintain your machine correctly.