How do I eliminate limescale?

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  • Deb K Deb K on Dec 03, 2019

    Hi Jerry, you can use vinegar to get rid of the limescale in kettles and on surfaces.

    Fill the kettle with an equal part solution of water and household vinegar and let this soak for an hour. Once the hour is up, just boil the kettle. Then, empty the kettle and rinse it thoroughly. If you don't have any vinegar to hand, try lemon juice!

    1. Pour one litre of undiluted white vinegar directly into the toilet bowl, being sure to pour it around the sides of the bowl.
    2. Let it sit for three-four hours.
    3. Scrub the toilet bowl with more white vinegar.
    4. Flush the toilet to rinse away the stains and residue.

    How to Remove Limescale on shower surfaces and doors

    1. Bring one cup of white vinegar to a boil on the stove or in the microwave. ...
    2. Protect your hands with rubber gloves.
    3. Dip paper towels into the hot vinegar and stick them to the glass. ...
    4. Let the vinegar sit for 30 to 60 minutes. ...
    5. Sprinkle a damp rag or sponge with a generous amount of baking soda.