How To Get All Those Germs Out of Your Single-Serve Coffee Maker
Ever since I was a little child and my parents told me that candy wasn't good for me, I have heard nothing but bad news about the things that I prefer to eat and drink. And so it continues. The new thing to skeeve out about is my single serve pod coffee maker. Apparently it hosts a who's who of germs, not quite as bad as the Playboy grotto, but about as bad as a bathroom light switch. Blech!
Microbiologists studied the germs of regular house hold coffee makers and found lots of nastiness, including e-coli! How?! Just, How?!
Since I can not reasonably work out in my head how an intestinal bacteria gets on my sweet coffee maker, I can only take steps to keep her a " clean machine."
If AC/DC says it's a good thing, then make it so!
Here's how to clean your pod coffee maker:
Don't forget to clean the one in your work place too!