Keurig Descaling Solution
- Removes mineral build-up, calcium, and limescape deposits for a refreshing brew
- Keeps your coffee maker running at peak performance
- Regular use extends the life of your Keurig coffee maker
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Of the 901 reviewers who responded, 754 would recommend this product.
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- Necessary Citric Acid in a small bottle- January 30, 2021
This is a must have if you own a Keurig. It is basically citric acid in a bottle. A safe and effective cleaner for the blessed coffee maker. Inside the label are the instructions for the different types of Keurig machines. If you use spring water, well water or even "city" water the Keurig builds up minerals that affect the coffee. These are way too expensive and they only have small bottles. An alternative is distilled white vinegar make sure to run rinse brew cycles otherwise you'll experience yucky coffee. Vinegar may or may not damage internal parts of the Keurig. Keurig please provide a gallon size bottle of this... think of the environment?Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Racket!- November 17, 2017
We have a one of your Keurig coffee makers and got the DREADED display message that it's time to descale the machine. We just did this cleaning! As the marketing person that I am, I can see this is an excellent racket to make bundles of money by telling people they need to spend more money on a bottle of liquid with your name on it rather than running a solution of vinegar through the system. Incidentally, we have another pod coffee maker that is not a Keurig and it never tells us we have to order an accessory and spend more money. Sure business is in business to make money but in these trying times, how about being considerate of customers' wallets?No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Keurig to the rescue.- August 14, 2021
Had a "descaling" warning and tried white vinegar over and over, even letting it sit overnight but after a day or two the warning was back. The coffee maker also did not run very well. Saw the Keurig Descaling Solution and thought what did I have to loose? Got the solution, followed the instructions, perhaps letting the solution settle for a little longer than suggested, ran the 12+ cups of water through the Keurig coffee maker to flush everything out, and then ran a pod of dark roast. Everything worked fine. It has been over 3 weeks and everything is still running like new. Great solution that saved me from buying a new Keurig.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.