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.
Preventing limescale in kettles is a high priority for the population of Britain. With a history of tea lovers, having a consistently good cup of tea or coffee is an issue we have been tackling for years. Limescale affects the taste of the water coming from a kettle, even after the water has been boiled. It is highly common with roughly 14 million UK households suffering from the impact of limescale. 87% of respondents to Harvey’s 2020 customer survey said that limescale was the most frustrating thing about hard water.
Drinking softened water is safe for both you and your family; your decision to drink softened water, or not, should be based solely on whether or not you like the taste! We’ve put together this guide to help you make an informed choice on whether or not to drink softened water.
Converting all UK hard water homes to soft water would save up to 8.24 million tonnes of Co2 from being emitted into the atmosphere each year – equivalent to taking 1.8 million cars off the road or planting 136 million trees.1
We’re very proud to announce an extended discount scheme, allowing all holders of the Blue Light Card to benefit from 10% off a Harvey Water Softener™.
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.
The British consumer market spent £4.74bn on household appliances in the first half of 2020, and a further £316m on product repair. Consumers love buying the latest household tech, but when it comes to larger appliances like washing machines, repairs and replacements can be more stressful.