Question: How often should you replace coffee maker?

The average lifespan of a good coffee maker is about 5 years. If you take good care of the machine by cleaning and descaling regularly, the machine can last up to 10 years. However, while some coffee machines can last up to 10 years, you may want to say goodbye to your coffee maker a little earlier.

Can coffee makers mold?

Surprise! The Inside Of Your Coffee Maker Is Disgusting Bacteria, yeast, and mold could be growing in your machine because of irregular cleaning, and those little devils dont discriminate–it doesnt matter whether you have a coffee pot, a Keurig, or a fancy espresso machine.

How do you get mold out of a coffee maker?

Fortes trick: good ole reliable white vinegar. Fill the reservoir with equal parts vinegar and water and place a paper filter into the machines empty basket. Position the pot in place and brew the solution halfway. Turn off the machine and let it sit for 30 minutes.

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