Clean Your Keurig

My mom bought me a Keurig coffee machine a few years ago – love it! Not only can I make a quick and delicious cup of joe, I can also make hot (and iced!) tea, a go-to staple for my beverage preference. (Earl Grey with half-n-half, please.)

After a year or so, the Keurig just wasn’t producing as much volume as it did in the beginning. I also noticed little “crusties” in the reserviour tank. Being a full-time working, single-mother-of-two-busy-body person I kept putting off cleaning my Keurig. Over time the machine bogged down even more and finally wouldn’t even stay turned on – a real hassle when you’re used to the instant gratification of your machine! (I was also accumulating quite the collection of K-cups from my mom’s never-ending sharing of her supply.)

When I ran across this on Pinterest I quickly pinned it. A few months later I finally got back to it. It was quick, easy, and worked like a charm! I’m back in business!

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