Keurig pod brewers, like all coffee makers, accumulate dirt as you use them. This build-up might have a negative impact on the performance of your coffee machine over time. If enough mineral build-up occurs in the inner workings of your coffee machine, it may eventually stop working. It’s easy to avoid that unpleasant circumstance by cleaning your Keurig machine on a regular basis.
Drip trays and water tanks, in addition to the brewing equipment, need to be tended to on a regular basis. Even the outside of your computer will accumulate unsightly stains, fingerprints, and other filth marks. Here’s how to deal with these problems before they get out of hand.
Wipe off the exterior of your Keurig brewer with a moist cloth. Cleaning the exterior is the first step.
Begin by cleaning the brewer’s outside. Keurig really suggests that you do this on a daily basis. To begin, ensure that the coffee maker is turned off and disconnected. Wipe the outside of the machine with a moist cloth to remove dust and other debris.