How Do You Remove Limescale from a Kettle?

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One of the most common places to find limescale is in your electric kettle. To clean it off, pour in 1/2 cup each of white vinegar and water, or the same proportions in whatever amount needed to cover the element. Bring to a boil, then let it set with the mixture inside, overnight. Wash out the next day, and it's ready to use.
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How to Remove Limescale From a Kettle
Calcium carbonate is a natural compound that dissolves easily in water and, thus, often occurs in tap water. When you boil water containing calcium carbonate in a tea kettle, it will precipitate out of the water and adhere to the bottom and sides of the... More »
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