Last week my dad asked me if I have ever cleaned my Keurig. It made me think…actually I have never cleaned it. I could not believe how easy it was. It is important to remove mineral deposits from your Keurig.
What you Need
- Your Keurig
- White Vinegar
Gather the supplies, which is super easy since all your really need is your machine, a sponge and your Keurig.
Empty all the water out of the Keurig and fill the container half way with White Vinegar. Place a coffee cup as if you were going to make a cup of coffee and tun two cycles without a K-cup in it. Pour out the vinegar in the coffee cup.
Empty out all the vinegar in the container. Fill the container half way up with water. Place a coffee cup as if you were going to make a cup of coffee and tun two cycles without a K-cup in it. Pour out the water in the coffee cup. Wipe down the entire unit and it is ready to start making coffee and tea again.
It is recommended that you do this once every 3-6 months.