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10-Count Keurig K-Cup Coffee Maker Rinse Cleaning Pods EXPIRED

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Target.com has 10-Count Keurig K-Cup Coffee Maker Rinse Cleaning Pods on sale for $3.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise a minimum purchase of $25 is required for shipping. Thanks TattyBear

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  • Compatible with Keurig 1.0 and 2.0 Coffee Makers (Not compatible with the Vue system)
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10-ct. Keurig Rinse Pods (Brews in both Classic 1.0 and Plus 2.0)
  • Amazon [amazon.com] $3.98
  • Target [target.com] $3.99 (Save 5% Using Target REDcard)
    • Easy to use:
      • 1. Place a large mug on the drip tray. Lift the brewer handle and insert a Keurig rinse pod in the K-Cup Pod holder
      • 2. Lower the handle and press the 8oz brew button to perform a rinsing brew using your Keurig rinse pod
      • 3. Lift the handle and dispose of the used Keurig rinse pod once the brew is complete
      • 4. Lower the handle and perform an 8oz water brew (without a pod) to complete the rinse process

    • BETTER TASTING BEVERAGES: reduces flavor carry-over between brews
    • QUICKEST WAY TO CLEAN YOUR K-Cup pod holder: rinse away residue and oils that can build up in your coffee maker
    • EASY TO USE: use just like you would a regular K-Cup pod
    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE: gentle and odorless formula
    • USE WEEKLY: or any time after brewing a flavored coffee, cocoa, or tea
    • COMPATIBLE with all Keurig coffee makers (not compatible with the Vue system)
    • INCLUDED IN THE BOX: 10 Keurig Rinse Pods
    • MADE IN THE USA
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Doesn't make sense to me. It's the tank and everything leading up to it that would need to be cleaned and you can do that with white vinegar.
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You need to add cream to the rinse pod to make it taste ok.
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Lol, the pod holder pops out, that's all this cleans. Rinse it under some water.
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Makes sense, but getting a Rinse coffee just doesn't seem appetizing.
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Makes sense, but getting a Rinse coffee just doesn't seem appetizing.
You need to add cream to the rinse pod to make it taste ok.
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Seems pretty unnecessary if you just brew coffee. Maybe if you use tea and other pods it may be helpful
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Doesn't make sense to me. It's the tank and everything leading up to it that would need to be cleaned and you can do that with white vinegar.
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Lol, the pod holder pops out, that's all this cleans. Rinse it under some water.
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Why not just run water without a kcup in the machine? I do it all the time.
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Why not just run water without a kcup in the machine? I do it all the time.
Just like selling snake oil western days heals all lol it still sells well...
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Doesn't make sense to me. It's the tank and everything leading up to it that would need to be cleaned and you can do that with white vinegar.
What's your method of cleaning it with white vinegar? I know there are many sources online, but I really don't want to damage mine accidentally
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What's your method of cleaning it with white vinegar? I know there are many sources online, but I really don't want to damage mine accidentally
Just fill up the tank with vinegar and run cycles until it's empty. Then rinse out tank and do it with water. It's actually from the instruction manual and won't damage it. I've done it a few times.
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You can just take the pod out and rinse it your self.
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Just fill up the tank with vinegar and run cycles until it's empty. Then rinse out tank and do it with water. It's actually from the instruction manual and won't damage it. I've done it a few times.
Like, just pour it in by itself and run it?
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Like, just pour it in by itself and run it?
Yup. Just as if it were water.
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Yup. Just as if it were water.
And after running it with vinegar once, mix water in and run cycles until vinegar is completely gone?

Sorry, does it have to be a white vinegar and not a brown vinegar?
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