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We are about to have white quartz worktop installed. Any advise on what to sit my Classic and Superjolly on to keep it clean and stop grinds migrating under both machines?

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My machine sits on the worktop and I use one of these to dust under it:

 

https://www.lakeland.co.uk/4700/Flatmate-Long-Flat-Duster

 

Less cluttered and easy enough to clean around!

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One of those glass worktop savers may work. It's a much better use for them than a knife blunting chopping board.

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Laissez les bons temps rouler

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I would simply place them directly on the top. Then just bruah or vacuum underneath. Having another layer underneat only adds to more places were grinds and spilled water/coffee can go

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Cover the feet with felt pads then simply slide away your machinery to clean the worktop without scratching.

Ian

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Minima ma ma ma Eureka Zenith

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If you do place the machine on a hard surface, eg  glass.   If you spill any liquid it will be drawn under the surface by capillarity causing more problems forcing you to move the machine off to clean it up.:classic_angry:

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If you do place the machine on a hard surface, eg  glass.   If you spill any liquid it will be drawn under the surface by capillarity causing more problems forcing you to move the machine off to clean it up.:classic_angry:
Hi, that's good to know.

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