Sunday, June 10, 2012

Clean Your Keurig Coffee Maker

From: Jill M.
Sent: June 10, 2012
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Clean Your Keurig Coffee Maker
Clean Your Keurig Coffee MakerI love my Keurig but like all coffee makers they get dirty and need cleaning. see the video on how it's done. Jill
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It used to be a honkin’, fandangled-looking thing that required a lot of added effort and dexterity at ungodly morning hours to produce a perfect cup of hot coffee.



Coffee is the liquid antidote to an early morning and that morning treat you savour, be it while reading the paper, checking emails or commuting in to work.  My morning cup of Cinnamon Pastry coffee (I know, you want one) would not be possible without my Keurig coffeemaker.  My husband and I received our Keurig as a gift 3 years ago and it’s been quite the popular appliance ever since.

A Keurig, Tassimo or Nespresso all do the same thing; brew you one perfect cup of coffee (or tea, or hot chocolate, or a latte ad infinitum).  Despite the neat little packages the single serve beverage comes in (either a K-cup or pod), coffee grinds and sugars do escape and hard water deposits form in the machine’s innards.  This can only mean one thing, a cleaning is needed so that it continues to produce your AM elixir for years to come.

So here’s the detailed cleaning and descaling how-to tutorial for your Keurig Coffee Maker!

While it may seem daunting at first, it’s an easy process once you know how to clean each part. Also, some of these parts are dishwasher safe which makes our job even easier. Ok, no time to waste, let’s get started.

Required Products and Tools
Cleaning toothbrush
Pure white vinegar
All-purpose cleaner, dish liquid
Microfiber cloth

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