So, limescale’s pretty gross. The build-up of white, crusty deposits left behind by hard water might seem like a petty annoyance, but they can affect your kettle by slowing down water flow and reducing its efficiency and lifespan. Plus, let’s be honest— doesn’t it feel better drinking tea that’s been brewed in a shiny kettle? Then let’s watch this video together and learn a genius method to get rid of limescale that makes use of one of our favorite multitasking fruits .
What do you think? Have you used this method before? Do you have your own tricks for getting rid of limescale?