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The big problem when descaling with citric or acetic acids are the released flavor additives which cause an obtrusive smell during descaling. The plastic parts of your fully automated coffee maker tend to taken on these smells and influence the smell and taste of your coffee negatively. Plastic parts and sealing gaskets of your unit can be attacked by the vinegar or acetic acid.
Citric acid tends to flake during descaling. This can block the valves and water pipes and lead to high repair charges. An additional problem is that the limescale is actually sealed in by an indissoluble layer which occurs repeatedly when using descalers based on citric acids.
Descaling with vinegar, acetic acid or citric acid takes significantly longer than descaling with Ceragol ultra Premium Descaler.

Descaling with citric acid or acetic acid ?
Descaling with amidosulfonic acid?
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Descaling with amidosulfonic acid, the active ingredient of our Ceragol ultra Premium Descaler, does not require any reaction time. During the descaling program the limescale is dissolved and flushed away. This process is completely odorless and neutral in taste. After thorough rinsing your machine is once again food-safe. The additives in Ceragol ultra Premium Descaler guard and protect the metal and plastic components of your fully automatic coffee maker.