Easy and Quick Way to Clean Your Keurig

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The Keurig is a convenient option when it comes to your morning cup of coffee or tea. But if you use the appliance often you will want to be sure and regularly clean it, so there is no unwanted mold or bacteria brewing in your machine. There are special descaling solutions that you can purchase to help when you want to know how to clean Keurig machine. There is also simple DIY cleaning solutions that are inexpensive and you probably already have in your home and the best way to clean a Keurig, coffee maker.

You can use white vinegar for more cleaning tips then just how to clean Keurig coffee machine. White distilled vinegar is inexpensive and a nontoxic ingredient that can be used for a variety of cleaning projects around the home. White vinegar is one of the most popular ingredients you can have in your home, not only can it be used in food recipes but the environmentally friendly product can also be used in all of your all-natural cleaning diy solutions in your home. White distilled vinegar has a wide variety of uses from removing odors from rooms, cleaning light fixtures in your kitchen and bathrooms, removing stains and spills from windows, carpets and so much more. White distilled vinegar is also a nontoxic cleaner and ingredient that can be used to clean your windows. You can use this non-toxic home cleaning product by just using a dilution of water and vinegar in a spray bottle and spraying on your windows. Then to avoid streaks use some crumpled up newspaper to wipe clean. Another way you can use white vinegar for environmentally responsible cleaning is in your garbage disposals and sinks to remove odors. Simply pour some white distilled vinegar into your sink or garbage disposal, then rinse with some fresh water after at least an hour has passed. When it comes to DIY cleaning projects around the house, it also helps to have some reusable microfiber cleaning cloths, some bristle brushes and a toothbrush to get into small spaces.

Before you do buy any new cleaning supplies, you might consider taking a look at the EWG site. This helpful site has ratings that let consumers know what level of concern is posed by exposure to the ingredients in the products that they list. Products are given a ranking with A being the lowest concern with no known or suspected hazards to health or the environment to F, which is the highest concern with potentially significant hazards to health or the environment. This site will change the way you look at cleaning around the house and have you making better decisions on the cleaning products you choose to use.

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