Here's How You Can Keep Your Keurig Coffee Maker Clean, Along With Some Signs It's Time To Do This

If you are a frequent coffee drinker, you know how crucial it is to keep your coffee maker running without a hitch every morning.

That cup of joe is what gets you through the day. Without it, you feel completely out of sorts, and everything is off.

So if you are a proud owner of a hard-working Keurig or any other single-serve coffee maker, it's important to keep it clean.

Some signs that your Keurig needs a deep cleaning include visible mineral buildup on the machine, extra coffee grounds in your brewed cup, longer brewing time than usual, and any suspicious moldy smells.

First, unplug the machine and remove the water reservoir. Use warm, soapy water to wash all parts of the coffee maker.

Next, use a small cleaning brush dipped in vinegar to sanitize around the base of the machine. Also, soak your reusable filter in a cup of vinegar. It will help to loosen any granules.

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