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How to remove kettle fur

Q: Kettle Fur. Could you please tell me how I can remove kettle fur. Thanks -- soshry Reply   (Ref:0642)

Answer #1: Anything acid, for example flat coke or most sodas, vinegar or lemon juice -- Davina Martin Comment

Answer #2: Of course the stuff that has been produced to descale kettles is very effective and better than the ones I mentioned earlier but they can be very effective. I now use water filters since I found out that our local water is not so good and find that there is no build-up of limescale; the inside of our kettle is almost as shiny as the day we bought it. -- Davina Martin Comment

Answer #3: Vinegar left overnite, you can buy it quite cheaply in quantity. Use to clean surfaces as well, a cupful along with the wash works to keep colours fast and cleans and descales the machine - Cheers -- Leslie McDonald Comment

See also Limescale and Limescale in Toilet


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