Friday, April 4, 2008

Getting Rid of LimeScale

You've seen the limescale built up on you teakettle and coffee pot. It's easy enough to get rid of just use vinegar.

For your teakettle:

Boil some vinegar in your kettle and this will remove the limescale. Remember to rinse it out thoroughly afterwards though, as the vinegar taste may end up flavoring your tea and coffee for some time to come

For your Coffee pot:

Fill the reservoir halfway with vinegar and the rest with water. Run the pot halfway through and turn off. After it cools off start it up and finish the cycle. Let it cool off and run it again with plain water. Repeat until vinegar smell is gone from the water.

This will give your tea kettle and coffee pot a longer life and help the heat up quickly using less electricity.

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