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Using a lemon brew can help renew your coffee maker

Using a lemon brew can help renew your coffee maker
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Whether you’re brewing with a traditional drip coffee maker or a Keurig, deposits quickly build up, clogging water flow.  The fix?  Once a week, add 2 Tbs. of citric acid powder (in the baking aisle) to the reservoir, fill the rest with water, and then run a brew cycle without coffee grounds or pods.  

The mixture made from lemons natural powder breaks down the deposits to make your machine taste brand new!

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