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Hi. 

I recently started my journey into espresso based drinks with a Lelit Mara and a Mignon Specialita. I think I'm pretty much on top of the cleaning/maintainance regime for the Mara but have not done anything with the Mignon.

So, my question is what would be a good cleaning/maintainance regime for the Mignon?

I make 1, sometimes 2, coffee a day.

Thank you.

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I bought mine in March. I’ve taken the top off (remove badge at back to access screw) and hoovered (Dysoned) the insides after a gentle brushing with a paint brush. 

Im an awful fiddler with machinery but in this case, if it ain’t broke......................

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Hi. 
I recently started my journey into espresso based drinks with a Lelit Mara and a Mignon Specialita. I think I'm pretty much on top of the cleaning/maintainance regime for the Mara but have not done anything with the Mignon.
So, my question is what would be a good cleaning/maintainance regime for the Mignon?
I make 1, sometimes 2, coffee a day.
Thank you.

Remove the top plate, putting the screws aside. Vacuum the lower burr and the top burr, using a soft pastry brush to disassemble any stuck grinds. Clean the chute path if you can too.

Put it back and off you go again.




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Cheers guys.
Roughly how often should I do this please?

Up to you really. I used to do it every 6 weeks. You’ll get a feel for it.


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