It’s been a few months since I took my ROK apart for cleaning. It’s so easy to do, I really should do it more often. Leaving it for a long time can make the cylinder hard to get out. You’ll find the inside of the main aluminium frame probably has some oxidisation. Mine does. Just wipe it with a damp cloth – nothing abrasive. You won’t get it all off. You can use a mix of white vinegar and water. I just use water. Wipe the coffee residue from the plunger and o-ring too. Store your ROK with the filter seal out to allow better drying. Always dry your ROK thoroughly after use.
It’s great to see folks out there are making the most of our gears versatility.
Getting out into nature doesn’t mean you can’t have good coffee. It’s nice to see the ROK in such good company! Thanks UNSEALED 4X4 & Campertrailermagazine
Where’s your kitchen today?
Where to buy ROK espresso maker:
New Zealand: https://presso.co.nz/rok