Do you need a water filter for Keurig?

Do you need a water filter for Keurig?

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  1. If you have a Keurig coffee maker, you might be wondering if you need a water filter for it. The answer is maybe. If you live in an area with hard water, it’s good to use a filter.
    Hard water can leave mineral deposits in your coffee maker that can affect the taste of your coffee and the performance of your machine. A water filter will help remove those deposits and make your coffee taste better.
    If you live in an area with soft water, you might not need a filter. However, if you notice that your coffee doesn’t taste as good as it used to, or if your machine isn’t working as well as it should, it might be time to invest in a water filter.
    To find the right water filter for your Keurig, check the owner’s manual or contact the company directly. There are a variety of filters on the market, and not all of them are compatible with all Keurig models. Once you’ve found the right filter, follow the instructions on the package to install it.
    If you’re not sure whether or not you need a water filter for your Keurig, try brewing a cup of coffee without one and see how it tastes. If you notice a difference in taste or performance, it might be time to invest in a filter.

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  2. I’m trying to decide this question for myself. I bought a filtration system that cost me $300 with the filters costing about $97. I use filtered water for anything I drink or cook including pouring it into my Keurig reservoir. The Keurig filters aren’t cheap. The skinny on the filters is they will filter 40 gallons of water but advise you to replace after 2 months. At the rate I drink coffee it will be around 10 months to drink 40 gallons.
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    The best advice I got from Keurig is to replace the filter when the coffee starts to taste funny. When I clean the machine monthly I always remember to take out the filter. I use filtered water anyway so wonder if I even need a Keurig filter but if I didn’t use filtered water a consideration would be the cost of the filters and do I want to replace according to the advice on time or replace them according to usage (40 gallons or bad taste).

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  3. I’m trying to decide this question for myself. I bought a filtration system that cost me $300 with the filters costing about $97. I use filtered water for anything I drink or cook including pouring it into my Keurig reservoir. The Keurig filters aren’t cheap. The skinny on the filters is they will filter 40 gallons of water but advise you to replace after 2 months. At the rate I drink coffee it will be around 10 months to drink 40 gallons.
    The best advice I got from Keurig is to replace the filter when the coffee starts to taste funny. When I clean the machine monthly I always remember to take out the filter. I use filtered water anyway so wonder if I even need a Keurig filter but if I didn’t use filtered water a consideration would be the cost of the filters and do I want to replace according to the advice on time or replace them according to usage (40 gallons or bad taste).

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  4. If you’re using bottled or filtered water you don’t need a filter. If you’re using tap water, Keurig recommends using a water filter.

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