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  1. Perfect fit! for someone like me who's fascination is reading blogs . I can mostly relate . Keep sending them please

  2. Coffee stains and burned on coffee in glass carafes can be removed by putting ice cubes in the carafe and swirling them around in it, holding the carafe by the handle. I use a paper clip to clean out the needle in the Keurig that pierces the K cup.

  3. That is how I clean my Cuisinart coffeemaker, perhaps I should do it more often though. My Keureg has never been cleaned, mine does not have the water reservoir. I have that extra cup for the Keureg that a person can use any coffee in, but I don't like the coffee that it makes with it, despite the fact that we grind our own Starbuck beans even. We love Tim Hortons dark roast pods.

  4. I always use vinegar/water to clean my coffee pot. My pot shows me when I need to clean it, takes the guess work out. I didn't realize that when I bought it, but one morning I saw a light glowing that said clean. So I obeyed.

  5. Hi Brenda, you can buy a reusable pod at Target etc. and use whatever coffee you want. They are around $13. You can also buy mini filters $3.00 for 50. Love your blog!

  6. Beside vinegar is wonderful for your sink drains. I had a plumber friend years ago tell me to only use vinegar & baking soda for my drains. That is what I always do too. I put about 1/2 cup of baking soda in each drain, then heat about two cups of vinegar in the micro, dump it down & watch it work. using the vinegar cold works too, but heating it up gives it an extra boost. Have a great week end Brenda…

  7. Vinegar is the best to clean just about anything. I try to clean our coffee pot about once a month. You have a great day

  8. forgot to mention – you can also buy a small cup for your Keurig in the coffee isle, you just fill it with your coffee and dump the grounds when finished and wash it out.

  9. did you know you can buy small boxes of K-cups at places like TJ Max, Marshalls, Tuesday Morning all of those discount places usually have a "kitchen" area and sometimes have the boxes at a discounted rate. I do not have a coffee pot that uses them but my sister does and I noticed this when I went shopping with her

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