How to get rid of limescale in the bathroom: three ingenious ways
Limescale is not only an aesthetic problem. It can also cause serious damage to surfaces. Limescale is formed by hard tap water and the decomposition of calcium and magnesium bicarbonates.
Limescale deposits often appear on faucets, in showers, on washbasins, and in toilets quickly. OBOZ.UA tells you about three life hacks that will help you get rid of limescale.
A natural acid solution will come in handy. Mix water and white vinegar in a 1:1 ratio and pour the liquid into a spray bottle. After spraying, leave the solution on the affected areas for 5-10 minutes, then wipe with a sponge or brush and rinse with running water.
Alternatively, you can use citric acid. The easiest way is to cut a lemon in half and rub the juice from one half directly into the limescale. Acids can quickly break down deposits. In addition, lemon acts as an effective disinfectant and can fill the room with a pleasant citrus scent.
Shower heads and faucets are the most difficult to clean from limescale. Pour white vinegar into a plastic bag and attach it around the shower head or faucet with a rubber band. It is better to leave the product overnight. Vinegar and steam will effectively remove limescale and the surfaces will be clean and shiny.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA told you how to quickly remove limescale in the toilet.