Bathroom limescale stains are unsightly and can hide germs, mold and rust. See how to quickly clean the bathroom and how get rid of limescale without spending fortune on special products.
Get rid of limescale from your shower
Shower head may be filled with limescale and water will start to flow crooked, dropped, or not at all through some slots.
The best natural solution for cleaning the shower head is to sink its whole body in a solution made of vinegar. Put the shower head in a plastic bag (you can unscrew it, or you can tie the bag on it), pour white vinegar to cover the shower body and link the plastic bag using a rubber band to rest of the shower.
Let the limescale soak overnight and in the morning rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Lemon cleans the sinks quickly and easily
If you don’t like the vinegar smell, or you have too small bathroom without ventilation, you can successfully use lemon juice instead of vinegar wine.
Cut a lemon in half and rub the sink drain and the faucet with it. For a faster effect, you can leave the lemon over the drain.
Leave it on for about 20 minutes and come back with a stiff cloth. Clean and scrape the limescale (where the layer is thicker) then rinse thoroughly.
Flat surfaces are easier to clean, although limescale is lodged deeper into the layers of porous materials than metals.
A solution made of vinegar, or a limescale cleaning product poured into a spray container should solve the problem immediately.
Limescale is best removed with acid, so if you don’t have lemon or vinegar, you can try other solutions. Sodas are a handy solution for large areas, but be careful because they contain dyes and sugar.
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