Hard water is a cleaner’s worst nightmare. It can leave unsightly water marks on all of your bathroom fittings and surfaces, even after it has just been cleaned.
Limescale in a kettle is not just unsightly it also affects the taste of the water coming from your kettle, so your cups of tea or coffee can end up tasting ‘off’ if the issue isn’t dealt with.
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The University Clean Off: Five Household Chores All Students Should Complete Before Heading Home For Christmas
As university students pack their bags and prepare to say goodbye to their mates before heading home for Christmas, there’s one chore many will be dreading – the end of semester clean.
From your kettle to your toaster, marks build up on your appliances making them look untidy and aging them. What’s the best way to remove these marks? Check out our top tips –
The average household spends £35 a week on household goods and services including cleaning products. Nobody wants a dirty home. Did you know that you don’t have to clean everything with chemicals and bleach sprays? There are a lot of other weird and wonderful methods to make your house shine again, and we think you’re probably not have going to have heard of every method on this list.
If you live in a hard water area, chances are you’ve noticed the unpleasant, yellow-white stains that can build up on your shower, taps, sinks and surfaces over time. Also known as limescale, hard water stains tend to grow because they form a scaly “crust” that soap scum can latch onto, making the situation worse over time.
The best ways to remove limescale