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Hi guys, have you been struggling how to remove the limescale in your kettle? I know it is very annoying and frustrating as they are really stubborn and hard to clean up. But have you wondered where and how they are form in your kettle?

According to, these "white bits" are what's commonly known as Limescale. It is a mixture of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate which is dissolved in your water supply. When heated above 61c, these mineral precipitate out of hard water to form limescale or the sidements you see at the bottom of your kettle.

Now that you know what and how they are made of, let see if how we can get rid of them from our kettle. Actually I have only known this when my husband did it and I say it is worth sharing to others. The steps in doing this is very simple and the things that we will be needing to accomplish this task can be found in our kitchen cabinet. 

  • 1 cup of water 
  • 1 cup of vinegar

  1. Empty the kettle of the remaining water inside.
  2. Pour the 1 cup of vinegar and 1 cup of water inside the kettle. (For stubborn and thick limescale, leave the mixture for 30 mins to set aside).
  3. Then turn on the kettle and bring the mixture into boil.
  4. Empty the content and rinse the kettle with a new fresh water. Shake vigorously to disintegrate the limescale. Repeat for few times if necessary.
  5. For stubborn limescale, you can repeat same procedure after few days until everything is gone.
  6. And that's it, you can now enjoy your clean and shinny brand new clean kettle.

Please watch our video above instead if how it is exactly done. Hope you enjoyed learning this new thing and please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE . Click here

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