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How to Clean Limescale?

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To remove lime scale from a toilet bowl, mix a solution of equal parts borax and white vinegar. Drain the toilet bowl and pour the solution into the bowl. Let it stay for a period of 2 hours then scrub using a toilet brush. Add 3 cups of undiluted white vinegar and scrub clean. To remove lime scale from tubs and sinks, spray it with lemon juice or vinegar, let it sit for half an hour then scrub clean with a soft cloth.
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1. Mix 1 cup of distilled white vinegar with 3 cups water. Vinegar will work to remove the limescale from the shower walls and door. 2. Pour the cleaning solution into a spray bottle
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Sadly, not very well. If the vinegar doesnt work out I find that the regular version of CLR (calcium, lime, and rust) works well. Plug up the bottom of the tub though and clean up
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It ruins whatever it's on. If its inside a kettle then you will end up drinking the limescale which isn't very nice.
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Try a different tack. Tell them how much limescale shortens the lifespan of an appliance. - It does. Ask them how much they want to spend on new appliances and on electricity bills
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