Welcome to Perfect Chaos. My name is Stacie D. Wyatt. I am a published poet and writer. I review books and products. I also host giveaways.
I also have two kids: 15years old and a 4 year old. My oldest is Autistic/ADHD and my youngest is global developmentally delayed with autism, sensory processing disorder, creatine deficiencies, and static encephalopathy.
I enjoy writing about the ups and downs of parenting two differently-abled children.
I never thought about replacing filters in the keurig until I cleaned out the keurig, after months of non-use.
When my mother bought her Keurig last year, everyone was on the bandwagon. She bought her favorite coffees and teas, as well as I. I wasn't about to buy coffee and tea on Keurig's website because the prices was too high for my taste. I bought mine from the grocery store and Amazon.
The family was making coffee, tea, and cocoa daily, but no one thought about the filter. I thought about the water tank when it got hot and found out it attracted bugs. So, I started putting the water tank in the fridge after every use. The tank gets cleaned out and placed in the fridge.
I cleaned the outside of the Keurig. I cleaned the areas around where the k-cups go and the cup holder part, but no one thought about the filter.
A few weeks ago, I wanted to use the Keurig and cleaned everything, I could first. I quickly tossed that filter. It looked disgusting, after months of sitting around. I threw away the filter and was glad to review these filters. Timing was perfect. (Not sure why the filter and tank was in two different locations. I know I took it out, but not sure why).
The filters were easy to install and they made my tea taste a lot better. I also love how the filters come in a pack of 6, so when it's time to replace, I have a back-up and don't have to find one online or in a store quickly.
You can purchase the charcoal filters on Amazon, using the link above. The filters are prime-eligible.